The Gregory Fleming James Cystic Fibrosis Research Center is soliciting application for two slots on our Research Development Project Research Training Core for partial funding to help pay for trainees. One slot is for a graduate student, and one slot is for a postdoc.
The Research Training Core is designed to provide support for one year at a time. The Graduate Student slot will total $12,500 total towards stipend, tuition and fees total per year. The PostDoc slot will pay $43,680 total per year towards salary and fringe.
We are pleased to announce the availability of 1 fellowship position for Ph.D./MSTP students training in the general area of cardiovascular pathophysiology. The goal of this program is to develop a well-trained pool of young scientists with an appreciation of molecular pathophysiology and its application to a broad range of cardiovascular research. These awards are funded by a five-year NIH pre-doctoral training grant (T32), which is now in year 17. These Fellowships are available for 12 months and renewable for one additional year pending satisfactory progress.
Application procedure: To apply for a position, email a single, PDF document to Ms. Samantha Gromko (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4pm on August 19, 2016, including the following:
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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