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Institutional Training Grants

Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Service Award

Program Purpose

The purpose of this Kirschstein-NRSA training program is to enable institutions to recruit individuals selected by them for predoctoral and postdoctoral research training in specified shortage areas. The goal of this program is to prepare qualified predoctoral and/or postdoctoral trainees for careers that have a significant impact on the health-related research needs of the Nation.

APPOINTEE

Eligibility

Career level

 

U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a research or clinical doctoral or postdoctoral program.

PD/PI

Eligibility

Career level

 

Established investigator capable of providing administrative and scientific leadership.

INSTITUTION

Eligibility

 

U.S. domestic institutions.

Jointly Sponsored Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Institutional Predoctoral Training Program in the Neurosciences (T32)

Program Purpose

The Jointly Sponsored NIH Predoctoral Training Program in the Neurosciences (JSPTPN) supports broad and fundamental research training in the neurosciences via institutional NRSA research training grants (T32) at domestic institutions of higher education. Trainees appointed to this training grant are financially supported for either one or two years, during the first 2 years of their graduate research training. The primary objective is to prepare individuals for careers in neuroscience that have a significant impact on the health-related research needs of the Nation. For additional information, please click here.

APPOINTEE

Eligibility

Career level

 

U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a research doctoral program.

PD/PI

Eligibility

Career level

 

Established investigator capable of providing administrative and scientific leadership.

INSTITUTION

Eligibility

 

U.S. domestic institutions.

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