LOI Deadline: February 21, 2014; Title and short paragraph describing your project to Dr. Gloria Borgstahl to be used to plan review panels
Deadline: April 14, 2014, 5:00 PM
We are soliciting applications for the “Graduate Training in Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics (SBMB) Program” that was funded by the Department of Education GAANN program.
This competition is open to any graduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents that are UNMC students performing their doctoral thesis research in Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics (SBMB).
If you have eligible students that would like to apply, please have them assemble the following items and send them directly to Darcy Jackson (campus zip 6805) before April 14:
1. One page research summary. Note that successful applicants are expected to have SBMB as a major component of their doctoral research.
2. Printout or photocopy of undergraduate and graduate school courses and grades 3. List of current and pending support (i.e. fellowship applications; grants awarded to primary thesis advisor)
4. List of publications (published or in press), presentations (talks or posters) and any awards
5. Letter of reference from primary thesis advisor (this should also include a brief description of the SBMB research component)
We need to receive these materials by no later than April 14, 2014 at 5 PM.
Please, feel free to call (9-8578) or email Gloria Borgstahl, PhD if you have questions.
Sponsor: Bone and Joint Initiative
Deadline: January 15, 2014
The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) and Bone and Joint Canada are dedicated to raising public awareness and to increasing research of musculoskeletal diseases. Research in the musculoskeletal diseases performed by young investigators is not keeping pace with the increasing burden of these diseases. In response, the Young Investigator Initiative is a career development and grant mentoring program provides early-career investigators an opportunity to work with experienced researchers in our field to assist them in securing funding and other survival skills required for pursuing an academic career.
Annual Deadlines: February 1, May 1, August1, November 1
Detailed Program information , including how to apply online is available on the NRC website at: www.nationalacademies.org/rap
The mission of the NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) is to promote excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U. S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral, and senior level research opportunities at sponsoring federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.
In these programs, prospective applicants select a research project or projects from among the large group of opportunities listed on this website. Prior to completing an application, prospective applicants should contact the proposed Research Adviser to assure that funding will be available if their application is recommended by NRC panels. Once mutual interest is established between a prospective applicant and a Research Adviser, an application is submitted through the NRC WebRap system. Reviews are conducted four times each year and review results are available approximately 6-8 weeks following the application deadline.
Prospective applicants should read carefully the details of the program to which they are applying. In particular, note eligibility details. Some laboratories have citizenship restrictions (open only to U.S. citizens and permanent residents) and some laboratories have research opportunities that are not open to senior applicants (more than 5 years beyond the PhD). When searching for research opportunities you may limit your search to only those laboratories which match your eligibility criteria. In addition, note the application deadlines, as not all laboratories participate in all reviews.