The objective of the Donald A. King Student Research Fellowships is to sponsor HD investigations that can be conducted over a 10-week period, between June 1 and August 31. Fellowship recipients, working under the supervision of senior HD scientists, will undertake a project that will be helpful in future HD research and also nurture a continuing interest in HD research. The student fellowships are designed to attract the brightest future scientists into a career in brain disorder research, especially Huntington’s Disease.
Application is open to matriculated undergraduate life sciences students, pre-medical students, and first-year medical students who are currently attending accredited institutions in the United States where HDSA sponsors ongoing HD research.
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Award Type: Fellowship
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