NIDA SD Fellowship for Diversity in Research - Application Outline - The Intramural Research Program of the National Institute on Drug Abuse

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Diversity and Outreach Committee

Jean Lud Cadet, M.D. - Associate Director for Diversity and Outreach

NIH Bayview Research Center
251 Bayview Boulevard
Baltimore MD 21224

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Email jcadet@intra.nida.nih.gov

NIDA SD Fellowship for Diversity in Research - Application Outline

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1. Mentor(s)

  • NIH Biosketch-Supplement
  • History of mentorship.
  • Evidence of commitment to Diversity i.e examples of previous mentorship of students or post-doctoral fellows of diverse backgrounds, etc.

2. Mentee

  • College transcript- Supplement
  • 3 letters of recommendation-Supplement
  • Personal essay.
  • Curriculum vitae with publications- Supplement
  • Evidence of US citizenship or permanent residence status-Supplement.

3. Career Development/Mentoring Plan

  • Career goals and objectives.
  • Didactic coursework.
  • Training to enhance skills in experiment design.
  • Training to develop writing and presentation skills.
  • Interactions with mentor, other fellows, and other NIDA scientists.
  • Training in the responsible conduct of research.
  • Commitment to the candidate.

4. Research Plan

  • Specific Aims
  • Rationale
  • Experimental design
  • Relation of research plan related to the mentee’s development.

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