The American Institute of Indian Studies announces its 2013 fellowship competition, and invites applications from scholars who wish to conduct their research in India. Junior fellowships are awarded to Ph.D. candidates to conduct research for their dissertations in India for up to eleven months. Senior fellowships are awarded to scholars who hold the Ph.D. degree for up to nine months of research in India. AIIS welcomes applicants from a wide variety of disciplines. It especially encourages applicants in fields such as Development Studies, Natural Resources Management, Public Health, and Regional Planning. The application deadline is July 1, 2013. Applications can be downloaded from the web site www.indiastudies.org. Inquiries should be directed to 773-702-8638 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) is pleased to announce its participation in the Global Health Equity Scholars Fellowship awarded by the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health to train approximately 40 fellows over the next five years to conduct global health research. As part of a consortium with the University of California – Berkeley, Florida International University and Yale University, Stanford has assembled mentors, partnered with training sites, and identified research opportunities focused on preparing researchers to address the new challenges in health that have emerged in the slum areas of urban and rural low- and middle-income countries.
The GHES Fellowship, sponsored by Fogarty International Center/NIH and the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford, is designed for: U.S. doctoral students (PhD, DrPH, etc.), professional students (MD, DDS, DVM, PharmD, etc.), postdoctoral fellows, as well as foreign scholars from participating international sites in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). New this year is the eligibility for early career junior faculty (assistant professors with PI eligibility). The purpose of the program is to support an 11-month mentored research fellowship for investigators who are interested in studying diseases and conditions in developing countries.
Deadline: December 14, 2012, 3:00 p.m. PDT. See the application website for details.
Note: Angela Garcia (Assistant Professor, Stanford) writes that she is the PI of one of the newest projects–an ethnographic study of drug addiction, mental illness and urban poverty in Mexico City–and she would like to encourage pre-and postdocs in medical anthropology to consider applying, particularly candidates who have a demonstrated interest in mental health, migration, drug policy and/or drug addiction in the context of Mexico’s ongoing drug war.
The Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science invites applications for short-term Research Fellowships and nine-month Dissertation Writing Fellowships in the history of science, technology and medicine, broadly construed. The Center offers a vibrant, challenging and collegial community. Our fellows participate in many public and scholarly events, as well as informal reading and writing groups, held at the Center and throughout the region.
The Center is a consortium of educational and cultural institutions promoting scholarly and public understanding of the history of science, technology and medicine. Consortium institutions offer rich opportunities for research, with a combined total of more than 17 million scientific specimens, 20 million manuscript items, 2.5 million images, and rare books dating back to the 15th century.
Look on our website at www.pachs.net for further information, an online application form and a list of current and past fellows. The website also features: information about the fellowship programs of member institutions; descriptions of the distinctive collections in the museums, archives, and libraries of the consortium; and a consortium-wide search hub for rare books and manuscripts.
Applications for 2013-2014 must be submitted online by January 7, 2013. Applicants must submit: a Curriculum Vitae limited to two pages; an abstract limited to 150 words; and a project proposal, limited to 1,500 words, describing the research project and how it will advance scholarship in the history of science, technology or medicine. In addition, each applicant must ask two recognized scholars to submit letters of support through the same web site by January 14, 2013.
The Stetten Fellowship seeks to encourage postdoctoral historical research and publication about biomedicine funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) since 1945. The Fellowship provides scholars the opportunity to carry out their research in a preeminent biomedical research facility, and to engage with historians, physicians, administrators, scientists and social scientists on the campus of the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. Stetten Fellows have access to the resources of the Office of History at the NIH, the collections of the Stetten Museum, the National Library of Medicine, NIH Library and historical materials in the various NIH Institutes and Centers relevant to their research projects. Fellows will conduct research on topics of their choice under the supervision of senior staff of the Office of History and assisted by contacts in the relevant Institutes and Centers.
Fellowships carry a stipend in the range of $45,000 per year and include health insurance and work space, computer and phone in the Office of History. Fellowships may be renewable to a maximum of 24 months, subject to satisfactory progress and the availability of funding. The Fellow will be expected to participate in historical activities on campus, including presentation of one or more seminars and lectures. For more information on current and past fellows and their projects see http://history.nih.gov/about/staff.html#stett.
Application Deadline: 31 December 2012
Instructions: Send the following materials via email to David Cantor (email@example.com).
1.Your full name and contact information.
2.Your research proposal and curriculum vitae (as attachments).
3.Names, addresses, and affiliations of two people who will write you reference letters.
For full details see: http://history.nih.gov/research/stetten.html
NOTE: Inform the two people who will write in support of your application that they may submit their letters initially via email to David Cantor (firstname.lastname@example.org), but that these letters must be received before the deadline, and that hard copies on institutional letterhead stationery must follow for your application to be considered.
All official transcripts must be submitted in hard copy. They should be sent to:
Stetten Fellowship Committee
Office of History
National Institutes of Health
1 Cloister Court
Building 60, Room 262
Bethesda, MD 20814-1460
For more general information about the Fellowship see: http://history.nih.gov/research/stetten_handbook.html