The shortage of funding for young researchers has long been akin to the weather: Everyone talks about it, but very little is done about it. Yet the scramble for funding is among factors that have discouraged young researchers from pursuing careers in science.
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The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute is pleased to announce the following Town Hall meetings to publicize funding opportunities and application processes.
Read more about or Register for any of these events at: Upcoming Events
Deadline: July 28, 2015
Amount: $100k – $400k/year for 5 year award
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Simons Foundation are pleased to announce a national competition for grants to outstanding scientists as Faculty Scholars. This competition will strengthen the community of basic researchers and physician scientists who bring innovative approaches to the study of biological problems. Scholars will apply molecular, genetic, computational and theoretical approaches to fundamental problems in diverse areas of biology. Those conducting research at the interface of the biological and physical sciences are especially encouraged to apply as are physician scientists and others studying biological questions emerging from and applicable to global human health problems, including malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, and other diseases that disproportionately affect individuals living in low resource settings. Clinical trials and research on health education, health care delivery, or health services are not eligible fields. Women and minorities under-represented in the biomedical and biological sciences are strongly encouraged to apply.
- PhD and/or MD (or the equivalent).
- Tenured or tenure-track position as an assistant professor or higher academic rank at an eligible U.S. institution, or, if at an eligible institution that has no tenure track, an appointment that reflects a significant institutional commitment. Federal government employees are not eligible.
- More than 4, but no more than 10, years of post-training, professional experience. To meet this requirement, the applicant’s post-training, professional experience must have begun no earlier than June 1, 2005, and no later than July 1, 2011.
- Principal investigator or Co-Principal investigator on at least one active, nationally competitive grant with an initial term of two or more years at some point from April 1, 2013 through July 1, 2015. Career development grants qualify. Multi-investigator grants may qualify.
Establish eligibility and apply here: http://www.hhmi.org/programs/biomedical-research/faculty-scholars
For more information, including eligibility criteria and application process, www.hhmi.org/faculty-scholars.