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The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Announces the 2017 Clinical Scientist Development Award Competition. Pre-proposals are being sought from junior physician-scientist faculty conducting clinical research in any disease area. Competitive applicants are expected to have research experience and publication records consistent with the rank of assistant professor. The Clinical Scientist Development Award does not require institutional nomination. This competition employs a two-stage process.
NIH encourages outstanding health professionals to pursue careers in biomedical, behavioral, social, and clinical research. If you contractually agree to engage in at least two years of qualified research funded by a domestic nonprofit organization, NIH may repay up to $35,000 of your qualified student loan debt per year, including most undergraduate, graduate, and medical school loans. Loan repayment benefits are in addition to the institutional salary you receive for your research. For more information visit, NIH Loan Repayments programs site.
If this is your first experience applying to PCORI for funding, we recommend that you begin on the What You Need to Know to Apply page. Please note each funding announcement has a distinct set of requirements and application templates that must be followed for your application to be reviewed and funded. Applicants are advised to utilize the full funding announcement PDF and the specific application guidelines for the specific funding announcements.
The University of Washington Psychiatry Resident Research Program (PRRP) is designed for any psychiatry resident who wants a rich research experience as part of his or her training, whether or not he/she wants to pursue an academic or research career. PRRP offers a wide range of research opportunities in the areas of basic and clinical neurosciences, health services, genetics, and the interface of mental health and addictions. In addition to a primary mentor, participants receive scientific and career guidance from a mentoring committee as well as salary support. Participants typically have 80% research time available for 16 months, scheduled in a flexible manner that fits their research training needs.
The curriculum consists of group tutorials, an annual colloquium with external expert researchers, and advanced coursework from the Graduate School offerings, grant writing skills development, structured education in the responsible conduct of research, and research seminars and conferences. For more information, please contact John Neumaier, MD, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the PRRP website.
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