This grant supports the development of exploratory and developmental research projects by providing funding for the early and conceptual stages of research. This award is meant to encourage the risk-taking that can lead to breakthroughs that will have major impacts on NIH research fields.
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This 2-year postdoctoral fellowship is for postdoctoral researchers in the humanities who want to pursue a career in curating museums. Applicants must work in a field relating to the museum’s exhibitions, which include the history of science, history of art, and 18th and 19th century history.
The objective of the NCHS Postdoctoral Research Program is to provide opportunities for postdoctoral candidates to conduct research in areas including statistical theory, survey methodology, statistical computing, economics, demography, and social and behavioral science.
The program brings together a small group of Fellows to work closely over the course of the year on pressing issues in ethics. The majority of Fellows will be selected in relation to an annual theme, but in each year some “open” slots will be reserved for applicants working on any issue in ethics.
The Autism Science Foundation invites applications for its Postdoctoral Training Awards from graduate students interested in pursuing careers in basic and clinical research relevant to autism spectrum disorders.
This $65,000 fellowship supports recent doctoral recipients working on a topic determined for that year’s application cycle.
This postdoctoral fellowship support independent research on topics related to the origins of life at one or more laboratories or research institutions in any country. Applications from all origins-related disciplines are encouraged.
The program was developed to address the current concerns about an adequate funding base for postdoctoral fellows (MD, MD/PhD and PhD) who specifically direct their research towards translational findings and who will demonstrate how their research will have direct benefits to human aging.
This $2,000 award defines the field of interest covered as “that area of electrochemical knowledge which deals with the mechanisms, theory, materials and design of devices in which the chemical energy can be converted into usable electrical energy by an electrochemical process.”
The TomKat Center Postdoctoral Fellowships support outstanding recent Ph.D. graduates working on projects that explore new research directions in sustainable energy and its intersection with food, water, the environment, or human health.