Chicago Fellows Program
The Chicago Fellows Program is an internationally competitive postdoctoral fellowship program to support the career advancement of truly exceptional and creative scientists in the biological and biomedical sciences. The expectation is that Chicago Fellows will go on to be the next generation of scientific leaders in their fields. To apply, candidates must identify a University of Chicago faculty member with an appointment in a Department within the Biological Sciences Division with whom the research program will be conducted. The competition is open to all fields of study within the biological sciences.
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National Research Mentorship Network - CIC Academic Network (NRMN-CAN)
NRMN-CAN provides professional development, grant writing and mentor training to Early Stage Investigators from underrepresented populations in the biomedical workforce and assists mentors in developing core competencies for mentor facilitating and grant writing coaching. The program is particularly aimed at postdoctoral fellows, Jr. Faculty, and Faculty mentors from the Big Ten Academic Alliance.
Laurie E. Risner, PhD