Training Grants & Fellowships
While the Program guarantees support for students in good standing, we strongly encourage all of our eligible students to apply for independent funding. Below are some of the Institutional Training Grants and Individual Fellowships that have supported them.
|1T32NS09957801A1||Sullivan, Jane||Graduate Training in Neuroscience|
|5T32EY007031-39||Clark, John||Vision Research Training|
|2T32DC005361-15||Perkel, David||Auditory Neuroscience Training Program|
|5T32DA007278||Chavkin, Charles||Training in the Molecular Pharmacology of Abused Drugs|
|5T32ES007032-39||Rosenfeld, Michael||Environmetal Pathology/Toxicology Training Program|
|4T32GM007270-42||Scott, John||Training in Molecular and Cellular Biology|
|5T32AG000057-39||Rabinovitch, Peter||Genetic Approaches to Aging|
|1T32CA20608901A1||Noble, William||PhD Training in Big Data for Genomics and Neuroscience|
If you are aware of other training grants that should be included on this list please let us know.
|Individual NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA awards (F31).|
|Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans|
Note that the NSF fellowships are unusual in that individuals may apply for support before they have been accepted into a graduate program. Graduate program admission committees may be favorably impressed by students who have taken the initiative to apply.