Postdoctoral Opportunities

Postdoctoral

The Outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow Award recognizes postdoctoral fellows at the University of Michigan who have demonstrated a breadth of excellence in all areas of research, teaching, mentoring, service, and leadership. This year, three postdoctoral fellows will be named Outstanding Postdoctoral Fellows and awarded $1,000 (post-tax), to be spent as the awardees see fit.

Faculty, Postdoctoral

($50,000 award, deadline March 1st, 2022)

https://probioticsresearch.com/ 

Faculty, Postdoctoral

National Call for Projects - US ($50,000 award, deadline October 15th, 2021). 

“Gut microbiota and its impact beyond the digestive system” https://www.biocodexmicrobiotafoundation.com/national-call-projects/usa

Graduate, Postdoctoral

The BioArtography Program will soon be giving out 4 travel awards of $300 each.  The travel award is intended to provide funding for Ph.D. graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to participate at scientific meetings and conferences. A random drawing will take place and four awards will be chosen (2 Ph.D. graduate students and 2 postdoctoral fellows).  All U-M Ph.D. graduate students & postdocs in a biomedical/bioscience field are eligible (e.g. Medical School basic science/clinical science, LSA, Dental School, Engineering, etc.).

 

Faculty, Postdoctoral

FACT SHEET 

Postdoctoral

Due Date: 6/14/21

MEMO TO: PIBS faculty engaged in translational research

FROM: Zaneta Nikolovska-Coleska and Andrew Lieberman, ProgramCo-Directors

DATE: May 14, 2021

RE: Call for Nominations

Faculty, Postdoctoral

What is RAPID?

A National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) all-expense-paid faculty development program that aims to enhance faculty career success and success in obtaining NIH or equivalent funding. One-year commitment Virtual Summer Institute, July 12-23, 2021 2-day Mid-Year Meeting Second Summer Institute in 2022. 

Who is RAPID for?

Faculty, Postdoctoral
Contact:
Name:
'Gregory Witbeck'
Postdoctoral

In an effort to support innovative and collaborative work within the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS), the Michigan Postdoctoral Pioneer Program has been established by the Endowment for Basic Sciences (EBS) to provide financial and mentoring support to highly motivated and accomplished post-doctoral fellows. Pioneer fellows will be actively co-mentored by the participating investigators and will be expected to share their time between the participating laboratory settings. Awardees will be appointed for three consecutive years.

Graduate, Postdoctoral

(Deadline Apr. 1, 2021)

The Grant supports university-level multidisciplinary scientific studies on viral and bacterial infection-induced cancers. We welcome graduate student and post doctoral scientists from chemistry, pharmacology, biochemistry, engineering, biology, and any related disciplines to apply.*

Faculty, Postdoctoral
The University of Michigan Center for Gastrointestinal Research (UMCGR) invites applications for microbiome-related Pilot Projects that are focused on interactions between gut microbes and the gut epithelium.  Funded projects will take advantage of a new service provided by the Microbiome Core that permits simultaneous cultivation of strictly anaerobic bacteria with a 2-dimensional colonic epithelium derived from human colonic stem cells.
Postdoctoral

Initiated in 2012, the Lilly Innovation Fellowship Award (LIFA) program was created to identify and foster exceptional post-doctoral scientists pursuing ground breaking research projects. The prestigious LIFA program pairs a post-doctoral scientist with their academic mentor and a Lilly scientist, who serves as an industry mentor, to advance an innovative research proposal developed by the fellow.

Faculty, Postdoctoral

Grantor: Global Probiotics Council

Grant Opportunity: Research Grant

Award Amount: $50,000

Deadline: February 12, 2016

The purpose of the Young Investigator Grant for Probiotic Research is to contribute to the advancement of probiotics and gastrointestinal microbiota research in the United States and to impact academic and career development of young investigators, attracting them into the field of probiotics and microbiota.

 

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