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Dean's Predoctoral Fellowship Award Program

Purpose

The 澳门最准真正最准资料大全 澳门最准真正最准资料大全 awards up to three one-year fellowships to eligible students in the Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Graduate Program.  Awards include the student鈥檚 stipend, individual health insurance, and $5,000 to cover travel and expenses for awardees to present their work at a national or international conference, or to attend an extramural course/workshop.

Current and Past Fellowship Awardees

Rachel Rodenberg | Mentor: Rob Barrington, Ph.D. | Microbiology & Immunology

Amanda Tuckey | Mentor: Jon Audia, Ph.D. | Microbiology & Immunology

Edward Fiedler | Mentor: Wito Richter, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Rachel Rodenberg | Mentor: Rob Barrington, Ph.D. | Microbiology & Immunology

Reece Stevens | Mentor: Ji Young Lee, M.D., Ph.D. | Physiology & Cell Biology

Jenny Hewes | Mentor: Natalie Bauer, Ph.D. | Pharmacology

Lina Abou Salah | Mentor: Wito Richter, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Jenny Hewes | Mentor: Natalie Bauer, Ph.D. | Pharmacology

Yelitza Rodriguez | Mentor: Steve Lim, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Abigail Boyd | Mentor: Wito Richter, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Kierra Hardy | Mentor: Jon Audia, Ph.D. | Microbiology & Immunology

Griffin Wright | Mentor: Natalie Gassmann, Ph.D. | Physiology & Cell Biology

Cinta Paptke | Mentor: Rich Honkanen, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Lina Abou Saleh | Mentor: Wito Richter, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Abigail Boyd | Mentor: Wito Richter, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Meredith Gwin | Mentor: Troy Stevens, Ph.D. and Ron Balczon, Ph.D. | Physiology & Cell Biology and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Barnita Haldar | Mentor: Donna Cioffi, Ph.D. | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

 

 

Fellowship Award Application Details

Eligible Applicants

Eligibility is limited to students in good academic standing who have completed the BMS Graduate Program core curriculum. Current awardees may apply for a second year of funding. It is expected that the most competitive applicants will be those in mid-training rather than being close to completion of their graduate studies.

Key Dates

  • Applications must be submitted on or before Friday, March 15, 2024 at 5 PM
  • Awards are expected to begin in May
     

Application Materials

The submission packet must include:

鈥 A completed intramural Transmittal Form signed by the applicant, the sponsor and the relevant chair

鈥 Applicant鈥檚 Biosketch and grades

鈥 Sponsor鈥檚 Biosketch and proposed Training Plan and (if more than one sponsor, include Biosketch for each)

鈥 If applying for a second year of funding, a Progress Report addressing how the work plan and outcomes were met and including list of publications (1 page limit)

鈥 Applicant鈥檚 research plan, to contain:
Research Plan Section, Page limit
A. Specific Aims, 1
B. Background and Significance, 1/2
C. Strategy, 3
D. One-year work plan and timeline for completion of doctoral training, 1/2
E. References cited, No page limit

Application Submission Requirements

All application materials must be submitted as one collated PDF file via the University InfoReady review portal by 5 PM on March 15th.

Review Criteria

Review is based on assessment of application materials, with each element weighted equally.

Outcomes

Awardees must fulfill the following requirements:

鈥articipate in the COM grant writing course (IDL 641) during the award period (with the exception of those that have taken this course previously).

鈥 Present work at a national or international conference, or attend a training/skills workshop or course during the award period

鈥 Submit an individual extramural fellowship application (e.g., NIH F31, AHA predoctoral fellowship, other) within 4 semesters of award start date - a draft of the extramural fellowship application must be submitted for pre-review to the Associate Dean for Research one month before the application deadline (feedback will be provided with the goal of improving the likelihood for success)