New Jersey summer cancer research fellowship provides an opportunity to gain “hands on” laboratory experience for promising students who are interested in pursuing cancer research. The program is designed to encourage students who have not had extensive laboratory experience prior to applying.
by New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
For graduate students who are residents of New Jersey in the New Jersey university/ college system or attending a university/ college out of state. The Leigh Cook Fellowship and the John H. Rutledge Fellowship are open to all graduate students in medical sciences, law and Masters in Public Health programs. Minority students are encouraged to […]
Graduate student fellowships are three-year awards of $27,500 per year. They provide a stipend of $24,000, and consistent with institutional policy, an annual research allowance of $2000 and an annual travel budget of $1500. Up to $6000 of additional funds will be provided for tuition.
Postdoctoral fellowships are three-year salary awards that may be active up to and including the 8th postgraduate year. Stipend levels are based on years of relevant experience since obtaining the doctoral degree, and range from $40,000 to $54,000. Applicants may apply by no later than their 6th postgraduate year. In addition to the stipend, there […]