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Training Awards
Due to budget constraints, the Clinical Scholar Award, Clinical Scientist Training Award and
Mentor-Based Postdoctoral Fellowship Award are not being offered in 2014.


The Training Award program supports postdoctoral fellows and students working towards doctoral degrees. Applications for the ADA-CDA Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship Award, the Mentor-Based Postdoctoral Minority Fellowship Award and Minority Undergraduate Internship Award will be accepted. Please also visit the Targeted Awards page for additional available training opportunities.


Index of Core Training Awards


 

American Diabetes Association/Canadian Diabetes Association Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship
Status:

Closed—No longer accepting applications
Application Deadline:

Extended to February 17, 2014 at 8:00 PM EST; see ResearchNet application site for details
Award Description:

The American Diabetes Association and Canadian Diabetes Association joint postdoctoral fellowship program encourages international training of diabetes researchers by supporting training grants for postdoctoral fellows from the US performing fellowship work in Canada, and for fellows from Canada performing their fellowship work in the US. Applications from postdoctoral candidates in the US intending to train in Canada will be solicited, in addition to Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada intending to go the US for training. Candidates are expected to pursue a career in diabetes-related research as an independent investigator upon completion of postdoctoral training.

Applications will be received and reviewed by the CDA Personnel Award Committee. For further details, please refer to section 7.3 Post-Doctoral Fellowship Award, item h. ADA-CDA Joint Post-Doctoral Fellowship of CDA's Personnel Awards Guide.
Support:
Awards are $40,000 per year for up to three years, plus additional $3,000 yearly travel allowance to attend the ADA and CDA annual scientific meetings. No indirect costs may be requested.
Application Process:

Applications must be submitted to the CDA. For further details and to apply, please access the Personnel Awards Competition section of CDA's website.
Questions?

Please email Myrtella Hodge at the CDA for further information

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Clinical Scholar Award (CS)
Status:

Not offered for funding in 2014
Award Description:

These awards provide one year of research support to students interested in clinical and basic science diabetes research. Those working on an MD, PharmD, DPM or DO are eligible.
Support:

Awards are $30,000 a year for one year. Applicants may request up to $20,000 for the student's stipend and up to $10,000 for lab expenses. No indirect costs may be requested.
Application Materials:

Apply Online:

» Click here to begin a new application


» Click here to access a saved application

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Clinical Scientist Training Award (CST)
Status:

Not offered for funding in 2014
Award Description:

This award supports MD, PharmD, DPM or DO students who are working on joint degrees. Eligible students are pursuing a dual degree in medicine, pharmacy, podiatric medicine or osteopathy and must be a research-oriented PhD, Master in Clinical Research, or Master of Public Health degree.
Support:

Awards are $30,000 a year for up to three years. Applicants may request up to $20,000 for the student's stipend and up to $10,000 for lab expenses. No indirect costs may be requested.
Application Materials:

Apply Online:

» Click here to begin a new application


» Click here to access a saved application

 


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Mentor-Based Postdoctoral Fellowship Award (MN)
Status:

Not offered for funding in 2014
Award Description:

These awards are granted to established diabetes investigators to support a postdoctoral fellow. Applications must be initiated and completed by the mentor.
Support:

Awards are $45,000 a year for 4 years. The award is for the stipend support of a single fellow in a given year, as well as laboratory supplies and travel costs. All award expenses, including supplies and publication expenses, should revolve around the Fellow. No indirect costs may be requested.
Application Materials:

Apply Online:

» Click here to begin a new application


» Click here to access a saved application



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Mentor-Based Postdoctoral Minority Fellowship Award (MI)
Status:

Closed—No longer accepting applications
Application Deadline:

January 15, 2014 for July 1, 2014 funding
Award Description:

This award supports the training of minority scientists who are underrepresented in the field of diabetes research. In order to apply, the fellow must identify as an eligible minority defined under the terms of this award. Eligible minorities include: African American or Black; Spanish, Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaskan Native; and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.

Awards are granted to established diabetes investigators to support a postdoctoral fellow. Applications must be initiated and submitted by the Mentor.
Support:

Awards are $45,000 per year for 2 to 3 years. The award is for the stipend support of a single Fellow in a given year, as well as laboratory supplies and travel costs. All award expenses, including supplies and publication expenses, should revolve around the Fellow. No indirect costs may be requested.
Application Materials:

Apply Online:

» Begin a NEW application (MI Awards only)


» Access a saved application

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