Call for Applications: Career Development and Grant Mentoring Program – July 15, 2017 Deadline
The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) and Bone and Joint Canada
Young Investigator Initiative Career Development and Grant Mentoring Program
Application Deadline: July 15, 2017
Program and application information here
NIH Summer Research Program
*Deadline to submit completed application is: 5:00pm on February 6, 2017
The objective of the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis NIH Neurotrauma Summer Research Experience is to expand and diversify the next generation of scientists in the clinically relevant yet underrepresented field of Neurotrauma. Students involved in the proposed program will not only be exposed practically and theoretically to scientific research, but will also participate in cutting edge, NIH-funded projects that could have significant impact on the field of Neurotrauma and the US healthcare system.
Schedule and Stipend: Students will be expected to work full-time (40hrs per week) beginning May 22 thru July 28, 2017. Compensation is based on funding provided to the program.
Applicants: All applicants must be considered an “Undergraduate” student by May 22, 2017 and be a U.S. Citizen or resident alien status with a current green card.
*Students will be notified of the panel’s decision no later than March 31, 2017
For additional information, please contact Maria Chagoyen at 305-243-7108
USBJI Career Development and Grant Mentoring Program -Young Investigators
The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) and Bone and Joint Canada are dedicated to increasing research of musculoskeletal diseases. The USBJI has developed a grant mentoring program to provide 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.
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