University of Wisconsin offers Mini Grants for Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral Candidates in Tobacco Research Studies, Madison,Wisconsin, 2012 2013
Scholarship Program:Training Tobacco Scientists Mini-Grant Program
Type of Award: Grants
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Level of Study: Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral
Subject(s): Tobacco Research
Duration: 1 Year
Number of Awards: Not known
Am I Eligible? (1) Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctoral, or Medical students enrolled at UW-Madison.
(2) Applicants must submit a TTS mini-grant proposal and a letter from a UW faculty or staff person they have identified as a mentor.
What does it cover? $3,000 or less
How do I Apply?
Scholarship Description:The one year mini-grants are available to support innovative tobacco research proposals, particularly those involving transdisciplinary approaches.Past grantees have come from many fields (ex: communications, basic science, population health, medicine) and have been awarded for original research projects as well as data analysis for existing research. This program is made possible due to funding from the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Application closing date: 19 September, 2012