David Brown, PT, PhD, SHP Department of Physical TherapyDori Pekmezi, PhD, SOPH Department of Health BehaviorCeren Yarar-Fisher, PT, PhD, SOM Department of Physical Medicine & RehabilitationRob Motl, PhD, SHP Department of Physical Therapy
P. Darrell Neufer, PhDDirector, East Carolina Diabetes and Obesity InstituteProfessor, Departments of Physiology and KinesiologyEast Carolina University
Krista Vandenborne, PT, PhDProfessor and Chair, Department of Physical TherapyUniversity of Florida
Scott Trappe, PhDProfessor and Director, Human Performance LaboratoryBall State University
Anne McTiernan, MD, PhDProfessor, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public HealthMember, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterUniversity of Washington
Mike Roberts, PhDAssistant Professor, School of KinesiologyAuburn University
The Gregory Fleming James Cystic Fibrosis Research Center is soliciting application for two positions on our Research Development Project Research Training Core for trainee fellowships. One position is available for a graduate student, and another is available for a postdoctoral fellow.
The Research Training Core is designed to provide support for one year, with the option for renewal for a second year upon documentation of satisfactory productivity. The Graduate Student fellowship will total $12,500 total, and can be applied to stipend, tuition, and fees. The Postdoctoral fellowship will total $43,680 total per year towards salary and fringe.
Since 2001, Alzheimer’s of Central Alabama (ACA) has funded 23 research grants at UAB, the University of Alabama and Auburn University. The purpose of this competitive grant program is to help supplement research in the field and to stimulate junior investigator interest in this area.
The Gregory Fleming James Cystic Fibrosis Research Center is soliciting application for pilot and feasibility projects to support new research initiatives in cystic fibrosis pathophysiology and intervention. The pilot and feasibility mechanism is designed to provide support for a limited time (two years, up to $75,000/year direct costs for translational research). Projects should test innovative hypotheses that may have significant impact on basic or clinical aspects of the disease and lead to preliminary data for independent grants in the area of cystic fibrosis science.
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