NYU Langone Medical Center’s Clinical and Translation Science Institute
Rolling, but space is limited.
The Research Team Building Consultation Service, funded through NYULMC’s CTSI mentoring program, was designed to help investigators at various stages (post docs through more senior investigators) build or enhance their team to improve research productivity while providing mentoring and training to the next generation of scholars, particularly those underrepresented in science. We help faculty/post docs build labs, design teams, and recruit over a 12-month period.
No additional eligibility restrictions.
Not applicable. The service will provide 15 hours of individual consultation for each investigator.
The Academy seeks to enrich transatlantic dialogue in the arts, humanities, and public policy through the development and communication of projects of the highest scholarly merit. For 2018-19, the Academy is also interested in considering projects that address the themes of migration and social integration, as well as questions of race in comparative perspective.
For all projects, the Academy asks that candidates explain the relevance of a stay in Berlin to the development of their work.
Fellowships are restricted to US residents. US citizenship is not required. Candidates in academic disciplines must have completed a PhD at the time of application. Candidates working in other fields—such as journalism, film, law, or public policy—must have equivalent professional degrees. Writers should have published at least one book at the time of application.
Fellowship benefits include round-trip airfare, housing at the Hans Arnhold Center, partial board, and a stipend of $5,000 per month. Fellows are expected to be in residence at the Academy during the entire term of the award, generally one academic semester.
Hosted at Fordham University – Funded by the National Institutes of Health
March 15, 2017 – subject to availability of funds
– Attend two summer training institutes with fully funded travel and
lodging beginning July 13 – 21, 2017 in New York City
– Receive a $20,000 grant to conduct a mentored research study that
will contribute to evidence-based HIV & drug abuse research ethics
– Join an international network of scholars examining current
challenges in HIV & drug abuse research ethics
Applicants must have: (a) a medical or doctoral degree awarded between January 1, 2007 and December 31, 2016 in social, behavioral, public health or related fields, (b) demonstrated scholarship in HIV and drug abuse prevention research; (c) no more than 10 years post-doctoral experience; and (d) meet requirements to apply for NIH funding. Special attention will be given to those applicants whose proposed research ethics plan includes drug-using populations. Applicants are strongly encouraged to review the NIH HIV/AIDS Research Priorities when proposing research topics.
The Burroughs Wellcome Fund has created the Postdoctoral Enrichment Program (PDEP)to support early career scientists who are under-represented minorities (i.e. American Indian or Alaska Native, Black or African American, Hispanic, or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander).
PDEP awards a total of $60,000 over three years to postdocs in biomedical research, who are citizens of the United States or Canada, and hosted at a degree-granting institution in the United States or Canada.
Funding through PDEP expressly supports participation in the following activities:
Opportunities for the PDEP postdoctoral fellow to enhance their research productivity. Examples include travel and attendance to workshops, courses, and trainings in new techniques; or meetings and events that launch new collaborations and knowledge transfer.
Opportunities for the PDEP mentor to develop and provide mentoring resources at their home institution, to increase the research productivity and long-term career success of the postdoctoral fellow. Examples include career guidance discussions, research management trainings, or professional development in grant writing, communication, and other skills demanded of future principle investigators.
Opportunities for the PDEP mentor to attend an annual workshop of PDEP mentors hosted by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund.
Opportunities for the PDEP postdoc-mentor pair to participate in a national peer network of PDEP fellows to foster inter-institutional collaboration and greater community engagement.
Applicants for the Postdoctoral Enrichment Award:
must have no more than 36 months of postdoctoral research experience (in a research laboratory) at the time of application and not be more than 5 years from his/her Ph.D.
must be nominated by a qualified mentor at the degree-granting institution (an institution includes its affiliated graduate and medical schools, hospitals, and research institutions) where the applicant will conduct the postdoctoral/fellowship training. Applications must be approved by an official responsible for sponsored programs (generally from the grants office, office of research, or office of sponsored programs) at the degree-granting institution
must have secured a postdoctoral position with funding (including support by the mentor’s existing research grants) at a degree-granting institution in the United States or Canada and must begin the postdoctoral position on or by the designated award commencement date
n must be underrepresented minorities (i.e. American Indian or Alaska Native, Black or African American, Hispanic, or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander)
must be citizens of the United States or Canada (at the time of application)
must devote at least 75% of time to research
Individual underrepresented minority postdoctoral fellows conducting biomedical or medical research are eligible to apply. The program targets postdoctoral fellows with Ph.D.s in the biomedical or medical sciences. Applicants with M.D. degrees who have secured a postdoctoral research appointment beyond clinical fellowship will be considered for this program. DDS, DVM, and PharmD candidates may be eligible, but should contact BWF prior to applying. Proposals in health services research or involving large-scale clinical trials are ineligible.
January 8, 2015; November 3, 2015; First Tuesday in November Annually Thereafter
The Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO) awards Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Biology to recent recipients of the doctoral degree for research and training in selected areas supported by BIO and with special goals for human resource development in biology. The fellowships encourage independence at an early stage of the research career to permit Fellows to pursue their research and training goals in the most appropriate research locations regardless of the availability of funding for the Fellows at that site. For FY 2015 and beyond, these BIO programs are (1) Broadening Participation of Groups Under-represented in Biology, (2) Research Using Biological Collections, and (3) National Plant Genome Initiative (NPGI) Postdoctoral Research Fellowships. These areas change periodically as new scientific and infrastructure opportunities present themselves. For this reason, this solicitation will be changed as necessary to reflect the areas being funded.
The fellowships are also designed to provide active mentoring of the Fellows by the sponsoring scientists who will benefit from having these talented young scientists in their research groups. The research and training plan of each fellowship must address important scientific questions within the scope of the BIO Directorate and the specific guidelines in this fellowship program solicitation. Because the fellowships are offered to postdoctoral scientists only early in their careers, NSF encourages doctoral advisors to discuss the availability of these postdoctoral fellowships in biology with their graduate students early in their doctoral programs to ensure potential applicants may take advantage of this funding opportunity. Fellowships are awards to individuals, not institutions, and are administered by the Fellows.
The award amount is set for postdoctoral fellowships based on the duration of the award. FastLane generates the budget; applicants do not need to enter any budget information. The research and training plan should make clear the requested duration.
DEADLINE: The Fund observes two funding cycles annually. The deadlines are April 1 and
November 1 at 5 p.m. Eastern Time, unless the deadline falls on a weekend, in which
case the deadline will be the following Monday at 5 p.m.
Summary: Grants of up to $20,000 are available to help support the research of faculty members or post-doctoral researchers affiliated with non-profit human service organizations in
the United States and Canada. Areas of interest to the Fund are: studies to develop,
refine, evaluate, or disseminate innovative interventions designed to prevent or
ameliorate major social, psychological, behavioral or public health problems affecting
children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or studies that have the potential for
adding significantly to knowledge about such problems. The research for which funding
is requested must focus on the United States and/or Canada or on a comparison
between the United States and/or Canada and one or more other countries.