The Intelligence Community (IC) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program was established in 2000 to fund basic research in areas of interest to the Intelligence Community. Today, the Program annually funds first- and second-year Postdoctoral Fellows researching topics as varied as molecular biology and robotics.
The IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program ensures that the IC research agenda addresses issues critical to effective intelligence capabilities. Every year, senior scientists in the Intelligence Community identify research topics covering a range of disciplines. Principal Investigators submit research proposals and, once selected, partner with a qualified Postdoctoral Fellow and an advisor in the Intelligence Community to research the designated topic. Together, they produce state-of-the-art research while creating invaluable relationships for the future.
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Funder: Director of Central Intelligence
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Citizenship: U.S. Citizen