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April 13, 2016

Science &SciLifelab prize for young scientists

Submissions are now open for 2016 entries.
Doctoral graduates may submit an essay based on their thesis work. Four winners, in different categories, will be selected for this international award.
Application deadline: August 1, 2016

The winners will:

  • Be published by Science
  • Share 60,000 USD in prize money
  • Be awarded in Stockholm, Sweden in December

Find out more and apply at External Link


2016 Embassy Science Fellows proposals - Open for Applications

The 2016 Embassy Science Fellow Program (ESFP) has officially begun.  The ESFP places United States Government agency scientists at U.S. embassies and consulates for a period of one to three months. The Program facilitates and encourages bilateral cooperation and research on science and technology-related issues.

The ESFP provides a valuable mechanism for the USG to advance national research and development priorities through international collaboration and provides a venue to develop relationships which will benefit USG technical agencies. In some cases, agencies send Fellows to countries not already covered by traditional S&T agreements. As a result, the Fellows often provide important first contacts to new institutional linkages with counterpart entities, assisting USG agencies in fulfilling their research and development responsibilities.

The ESFP allows posts overseas access to high-level scientific advisory support to address S&T issues important to their missions, while simultaneously providing agency staff an opportunity for valuable international experience, training and networking.

For more information visit the website External Link

FDA Commissioner's Fellowship Program 2016

Applications for the FDA Commissioner's Fellowship are will be open from April 1 - May 12, 2016. The FDA Commissioner's Fellowship program combines coursework designed to provide an in-depth understanding of science behind regulatory review with the development of a carefully designed, agency priority, regulatory science project.Project descriptions are available on the website now.

Applicants must have a Doctoral level degree (M.D., D.O., D.V.M., D.C., D.D.S., D.P.M., Pharm.D., Dr.P.H, or Ph.D.) to be eligible; however, applicants with a Bachelor's or Master's degree in an engineering discipline will also be considered. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals of the U.S., or have been admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence at the time their applications are submitted. Applicants cannot be current FDA employees or FDA contractors (such as ORISE fellows). NOTE: All degree requirements (including thesis defense) must be complete before applying.

For more information, or to apply, please visit: External Link