Training Grants & Other Funding Opportunities

NIH Training Grants

NIH-funded training grants are available to support GPBS graduate students working in some specific research areas.  Training grant support may be for 1-3 years.  This listing includes training grants that may fund graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, medical students, undergraduates, and/or clinical fellows.  Click the title for project description. Please contact the P.I. for more information.

 

NIH-Funded Training Opportunities

(Updated: 7/31/18)

The University of Florida partners with the National Institutes of Health to provide training opportunities for the next generation of scientists. As of July 2018, this partnership supports the training of 74 predocs, 32 postdocs, 20 medical students on short-term research rotations, and 7 undergraduates interested in health science research. To find out more about each training program, please visit its webpage (linked in the table below).

 

Sources: https://www.ctsi.ufl.edu/education/grant-workshops/training-grant-and-application-resources/

http://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter.cfm

 

Applications for Fellowships

Non-NIH Fellowship Opportunities:

NIH Fellowships:

NIH Training Grants:

National Academy of Sciences:

National Science Foundation

American Heart Association