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- NIH Grant Application Guide
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINANCIAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST TRAINING (Required by the Office of Sponsored Programs & Research)
CFDR FACULTY RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AWARD
POPULATION REFERENCE BUREAU'S POLICY COMMUNICATION FELLOWS PROGRAM - Applications due February 6, 2014
This program is a valuable opportunity for doctoral students from developing countries who plan to work in population and related fields. More about the program is on the PRB website: http://www.prb.org/About/ProgramsProjects/Policy-Communication-Fellows/2014-2015-Policy-Communication-Fellows.aspx.
SURVEY RESEARCH CENTER SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM - Applications due February 28, 2014
The SRC Summer Internship Program at the University of Michigan is a 10 week, 20 - 40 hour per week paid position for students with an interest in social science research. Interns will be typically assigned to an ongoing research study, attend seminars /courses on principles of survey research, and participate in a research symposium. Undergraduates that have completed at least their sophomore year and 1st year graduate students with an interest in social science research are eligible to apply. Application and program details: http://www.isr.umich.edu/sip/.
ICPSR SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM - Appllications due January 31, 2014
The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is accepting applications for its annual summer internship program. Interns spend ten weeks from June to August 2014, at ICPSR (Ann Arbor, Michigan). Learn more at this link.
PRE AND POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT SEALY CENTER ON AGING, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
These positions are for research focusing on the health of older minorities, with an emphasis on older Hispanics. Trainees collaborate with Center faculty who have over $42 million in research pertaining to minority health and aging in the areas of comparative effectiveness, medical outcomes, health service utilization, social epidemiology, psychosocial stress and health promotion. Exceptional candidates will qualify for an additional $5,000 -$10,000 over the NIH stipend level plus moving expenses. All trainees receive full health care benefits Additional funds are available to cover tuition and fees for relevant courses and other training related expenses. Complete information is at this link: http://www.utmb.edu/scoa/prepostdoc_training.asp.