Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center announces openings in early career investigator mentoring program
The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC), funded by the NIH/National Institute on Aging, is pleased to announce openings in its early career investigator mentoring program in the Center’s Research Education Component (REC).
This program has two aims. One, providing early career investigators entering the field of dementia research with a broad education about contemporary dementia research. Two, providing early career investigators with mentoring by experienced investigators in developing competitive grant applications.
Early career investigators from underrepresented group in STEM are encouraged to apply.
Please include in your application:
- A concise statement of research interests and career goals, including identification of projected grant application(s). This statement should include a concise description of plans to use a one-time $25,000 (direct costs) MADRC REC grant. This REC grant is jointly funded by the MADRC and NIH/National Institute on Aging. In addition to the $25,000 in direct costs, indirect costs of approximately $2,800 will be provided on the NIA sponsored funds. The program is a two-year program with a projected start date of July 1, 2021.
- Curriculum vitae
- Letter of reference-support from present primary mentor
[Note: The funding and start date are contingent upon receiving a Notice of Award for continued funding of the NIA P30 Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center grant].
Please combine the 3 items above into one PDF. Include your last name, first name and institution (WSU, MSU, U-M, etc.) in the filename. (example: Smith, Joan – WSU).
Submit your application to Erin Fox, MADRC REC coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 14.
For more information about the program, and to hear from current mentees on their experience, please visit this website.