Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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Amount: $2500
Proposal Development

The goal of this funding opportunity announcement is to encourage analyses that will lead to a more detailed understanding of the effects of caloric restriction on risk factors for chronic diseases, as well as, the cellular/molecular mechanisms mediating the effects of sustained CR in humans.

Amount: $1970
CBS scholarships and donors

The fellowship supports graduate students in biochemistry, molecular biology and biophysics, preferably students with ties to India. Gortner’s former students created this fellowship to support outstanding graduate students in the Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics. The fellowship is awarded to graduate students in the Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics who pursue research in nutrition and related areas. Thomas Reid created this endowed fund to attract and retain highly talented students to the Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics Graduate Program. The fellowship supports graduate students in the Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics. This fellowship supports graduate students who employ molecular approaches to study plant biology.

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Hayden Hatch NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship for a project entitled Transcriptional regulation, neuronal development, and function of the mushroom body in a Drosophila model of intellectual disability Erik Hasenoehrl NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship for a project entitled Targeting terminal respiratory oxidation in Mycobacterium tuberculosis: A novel investigation of Cytochrome bd oxidase function Joshua Mayoral NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship for a project entitled Secreted effectors of Toxoplasma gondii bradyzoites Joshua Weinreb NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship for a project entitled Uncovering the Role of the DEAD Box Helicase Ddx41 in Hematopoiesis Rosiris Leon-Rivera NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship for a project entitled Molecular Mechanisms of Increased Risk of Racial and Ethnic Minorities for HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders Todd Rubin NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship for a project entitled Examining sex as a predictor of outcomes across multiple levels of head trauma Niloy Iqbal NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship for a project entitled Tumor Suppressor pRb is a Novel Target for Hypothalamic Inhibition of Diet Induced Obesity Kristin Palarz NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship for a project entitled Serotoninergic modulation of cerebellar circuitry Peter John NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship for a project entitled B7x in Cancer: Mechanisms and Therapies Richard Piszczatowski NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship for a project entitled Investigating the role of Nol3 in normal and malignant hematopoiesis Jeet Biswas NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled The sequence recognition, structure and function of the IMP family of mRNA binding proteins Ali Zahalka NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Contributions of sympathetic signals to prostate cancer progression Sean Healton NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Epigenetic activity of normal and cancer-associated mutant H1 linker histones Cary Weiss NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled MicroRNA-22 and the microRNA-22 tet2 network as regulators of the cell fate decision in hematopoietic stem cells and in the development of myelodysplastic syndrome Marika Osterbur, NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Extra-coding features of mRNA are essential for hERG channel function Michael Willcockson, NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Regulators of the erythroid terminal differentiation decision and their connection to the cell cycle Karin Skalina, NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Optimization of non-ablative focused ultrasound therapy for tumor immunity Nelson Gil, NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship entitled The molecular basis of receptor-ligand recognition on the immunological synapse Kim Ohaegbulam, NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship entitled Tumor expressed B7x accelerates disease and is a novel target for immunotherapy Jennifer Schloss, NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled Use of beta cell epitopes in preventing type 1 diabetes in humanized mice Odelya Kaufman, NIH NRSA F30 Fellowship entitled The role of RBPMS2 in establishing oocyte polarity

Meet Our Pre-Doctoral Scholars

Kadellyn Sandoval, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student. Wayne Swinson, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student. Edward Elizarraras, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student. Leslie Lee Pedraza, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student. Brittany Johnson, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student. Joseph Beyene, Cell and Molecular Biology graduate student.

Amount: $30000
Molecular and Cell Biology

To provide educational expenses or support of a graduate student in Molecular and Cell Biology doing research with animal viruses and or interferon research. Molecular and Cell Biology Fund For and graduate education through special seminar programming and colloquia and for advanced research support for students.

Graduate Funding Opportunities Chemistry

Fellowships support doctoral students in the applied physical, biological, and engineering sciences, including applied mathematics, statistics, and quantitative aspects of modern biology. The SNMMI Predoctoral Program supports a research scholar in an established molecular imaging lab that will molecular imaging approaches to investigate biological pathways in disease models. The scholarship is offered to graduate student in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or a related life science field.

UM-Flint Scholarship Summaries

Scholarship Fund: For full-time students who have completed 60 credit hours, which includes a minimum of ten credit hours in Chemistry and a minimum of ten credit hours in Biology. Freeman, Emmalyn Ellis Master of Science in Biology Scholarship: Applicants must be fully admitted into the Master of Science in Biology program with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 as a UM-Flint graduate student. Science Scholarship: Available to Biology and Chemistry majors who have completed at least 55 credit hours of course work, including organic chemistry. Pace, Gary Biology Ecology Field Study Scholarship: Financial need is a consideration.

Amount: $78000
Graduate Fellowships

The research grant enables a student in biology, horticulture, or a related field to conduct field research.Preference is given to students whose projects focus on the endangered flora of the Carolinas and the southeastern United States. The awards are given to the graduate student submitting the best research proposal dealing with systematic botany, biosystematics, plant ecology, or plant conservation biology. Courses such as the Molecular Evolution Workshop at Woods Hole, the applied Systematics Course at BodegaBay, the Systematic Workshop at the AlanWilsonCenter, MasseyUniversity, New Zealnd, are examples of courses that are appropriate for this funding, in addition to other equivalent opportunities.

OSU Pathology

The Fellowship is designed to provide the trainee with a broad-based experience in clinical hematopathology, including experience in routine laboratory hematology, coagulation, flow cytometry, solid tissue hematopathology, pediatric hematopathology, cytogenetics and diagnostic molecular pathology.

Amount: $60000
Fellowship Opportunities Smithsonian Fellowships and Internships

The Burch Fellowship Program is an opportunity that awards $60,000 per year plus allowances to post-doctoral scholars, whose research interests lie within medicine, biology, physics, chemistry, and fields in the social science and humanities, as it applies to health and medicine.