Predoctoral Fellowship Available for FY2014
Neuroscience/Infectious Disease Predoctoral Fellowship
The Institute for Human Infections & Immunity, in concert with neuroscience programs across campus, announces the availability of a predoctoral fellowship for a PhD student working at the interface between neuroscience and infectious disease. The fellowship will cover the stipend, tuition and fees, and a $1,500 travel allowance for the 2013-2014 academic year, with an additional year of support available subject to adequate progress and the availability of funding. Applications will be accepted from students in any basic science PhD program who propose truly interdisciplinary research and develop a strong co-mentoring plan to include faculty members in both neuroscience and infectious disease.
Applications are currently closed.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS
Submission guidelines are included with the application instructions.
It is imperative that applicants read all instructions carefully and follow them exactly.
There are three pieces of the application for predoctoral fellowships - two which the applicant must complete and one which each mentor must complete. Download the following files:
- FY14 Intramural Predoctoral Fellowship Application Instructions - Applicants should read this document first.
- FY14 Predoc Application Form - This is a locked Word document that must be completed by the applicant.
- Research Plan Document - This is a Word file which the applicant must fill in with their research proposal. The instructions for this document are included with the application instructions.
- Mentor Application Instructions for Predoctoral Applicants - Applicants should give this document to their mentor(s) and ask them to complete the three mentor's components of the application.
Contact Melissa Jones with questions regarding the application process.