University of Washington School of Public Health
RESEARCH SUPPORT FELLOWSHIPS FOR AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS - Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH) Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
Closing Date: October 18, 2018
Posted: September 18, 2018
The overall goal of the NW NARCH is to develop a cadre of highly trained AI/AN biomedical and health researchers who are sensitive to the culture and specific concerns of Northwest Indian communities, and who can bring the benefits of academic research to these communities to reduce health disparities.
American Indian/Alaska Native graduate students in the biomedical and social sciences are invited to apply for the NW NARCH Fellowships. The fellowship provides funding for American Indian graduate students conducting scientific research supervised under an academic mentor. Financial support awarded on an hourly basis (maximum: 20 hours/week) until completion of research.
- Provides funding for American Indian graduate students conducting scientific research supervised under an academic mentor
- Financial support awarded on an hourly basis (maximum: 20 hours/week) until completion of research
Additional Details:How to Apply:
To apply, submit:
- Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB)
- A cover letter describing your research
- Name and contact information of your local academic mentor
- Letter of recommendation from your academic mentor