Research Fellowship Opportunities for CBMP Students

Research Fellowships:
CBMP students have actively pursued research fellowships from the NIH and other national granting organizations. CBMP students that have been awarded such support include:

Elena Balestreire Hawryluk - NRSA predoctoral fellowship
Christopher Guerriero - AHA predoctoral fellowship
Asli Oztan - AHA predoctoral fellowship
Daniel Roh - NRSA predoctoral fellowship
Raul Rojas - AHA predoctoral fellowship
Christina Szalinski - AHA predoctoral fellowship
Jake Thieman - AHA predoctoral fellowship

Links for Predoctoral Fellowship Opportunities:
American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowships
Epilepsy Foundation Grant & Fellowships
NIH-sponsored National Research Service Award
National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowships
Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowships
U.S. Department of Defense: National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program
U.S. Department of Energy Computational Sciences Graduate Fellowships

ASM Robert D. Watkins Graduate Research Fellowship for Minorities in Microbiology
American Association of University Women (AAUW): American Fellowships: Dissertation Fellowship
American Psychological Association (APA) & Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Fellowships
HHMI International Student Research Fellowships
NASA Harriet Jenkins Fellowship Program for Under-Represented Groups in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
National Science Foundation Minority Fellowships
NIH-sponsored F32 Diversity Grants
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
United Negro College Fund and the Merck Institute for Science Education Research Dissertation Fellowships

Training Grant:
Several of our students have been funded by the NIH-supported T32 Renal and Epithelial Cell Training Grant (T32-DK061296).This grant supports basic and clinical research in nephrology or epithelial cell biology. The call for applications is usually in fall and interested students need to supply the following information:

1. brief (less than 1 page) description of the student's proposed project
2. applicant's curriculum vitae
3. brief letter of support from the sponsor/mentor

For additional information contact the T32 director, Dr. Thomas Kleyman.