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Applications due for New Investigator Mentoring Program of the Population Dynamics and Health Program (PDHP)

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Thursday, 3/1/2018

The University of Michigan's Population Dynamics and Health Program (PDHP), part of the Population Studies Center at the Institute for Social Research, is pleased to accept applications for its 2018 New Investigator Mentoring Program (NIMP). The program will offer significant support to 2 to 4 new investigators each year while they are preparing research proposals for NIH.

Resources provided by NIMP to selected new investigators include: Assignment to a senior faculty member during proposal preparation; one month of summer salary to prepare the NIH proposal; methodological support from PDHP's Science and Technical Core; peer review of proposal in a mock NIH study section; and administrative support in preparing a budget, generating a Project Action Form (PAF), and submitting the NIH proposal.

**Apply by March 1.**

See link below for eligibility and application.

New Investigator Mentoring Program

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