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Hartwell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship - (Brief) Internal Proposal due May 9!

Modified: April 12, 2017

****Please Note: This is a limited submission funding opportunity!****

The Primary Mission of The Hartwell Foundation is to grant awards to individuals for innovative and cutting-edge biomedical applied research that will potentially benefit children. The individuals and children must be citizens of the United States. The Fellowship will support scientists and biomedical engineers who are still in the early stages of career development and it must be used to pursue further specialized research training, not to extend or complete clinical training. The Fellowship should support “applied” research (with near possibility of translation). Internal proposals due to the Office of Research Development by May 9th

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Hartwell Fellows must hold a PhD or equivalent doctorate and be citizens of the United States.
  • The Fellowship mentor may not be a Hartwell Investigator currently funded as a recipient of an Individual Biomedical Research Award.
  • Fellows must commence their postdoctoral training no later than November 1, or the Fellowship award to the Institution may be rescinded.

LIMIT ON NUMBER OF PROPOSALS PER ORGANIZATION

  • One postdoctoral fellow from Northwestern University may be funded through this program.


KEY DATES

  • Internal Proposal Due: May 9 (by midnight)                               
  • Notification by: June 2
  • Documentation Due to Hartwell:  June 30


SUBMITTING AN INTERNAL PROPOSAL
To be considered for this fellowship, you must submit an internal proposal containing the following required components:

  • Cover Page (one page, max): Include the following components:
    • ​Descriptive title
    • Your name, email address, phone number, department
    • Your PI's name
    • Statement confirming that you are a U.S. citizen and that your postdoctoral training will commence no later than November 1, 2017.
  • Proposal (one page, max): Clearly articulate the proposal to colleagues outside your field. Specifically address why the research is early-stage, innovative, and cutting-edge; and how the research will potentially benefit children of the United States; also explain how the Hartwell Fellowship will advance your professional goals.
  • NIH biosketch (2 pages, max).
  • Recommendation letter from your PI.

The proposal should be prepared as a SINGLE PDF FILE. It should be named "LastName-FirstInitial-Hartwell-Postdoc-2017", replacing "LastName" with your last name and "FirstInitial" with your first initial.


UPLOADING THE INTERNAL PROPOSAL

  • Submit your internal proposal by completing this web form. Note: Supplemental documents are not accepted.
  • To receive a confirmation email and copy of your submission, check the box (“send me a copy of my responses”) and enter your email address.
  • Click “Submit”.

CONTACT AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Nicole Moore, Director, 847-467-0566
Limited Submissions website

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