As one of the pioneering programs in the world, the department has established rigorous yet flexible educational programs that are emulated by many other institutions and is a national leader in cutting-edge research in several important areas. The cornerstone of the program is quantitative engineering and analytic methods for biomedical applications, a feature that distinguishes Biomedical Engineering from other biomedical science programs. In all of the BME programs at Case, the goal is to educate engineers who can apply engineering methods to problems involving living systems. The Case School of Engineering and the School of Medicine are in close proximity on the same campus, and Biomedical Engineering faculty members carry joint appointments in both of these two schools, participating in the teaching, research, and decision-making committees of both.
Payments will be made directly to the university on a quarterly basis. The program provides no other subsidies travel, tuition, fringe benefit costs, etc. PhRMA Foundation funds may not be used for indirect costs to the university.
These funds are not transferable.
A financial report from the university will be required at the conclusion of each year of the fellowship. Pre Doctoral Fellowship Application Checklist Please make a copy Pre-doctoral thesis this list to reference during the application process, as incomplete applications will not be considered.
General Registration Information 2. Applicant CV or Biosketch 3. Extended Letter This letter is an opportunity to tell us who you are and to describe your career and future plans.
Include a synopsis of your career, your professional interests, and your desired career path. The letter should not exceed two single-spaced pages point font.
The first use of any abbreviation or acronym should be preceded by the full name or description. This statement not including the bibliography should not exceed six single-spaced pages point font. Please use a format similar to the format specified for grants submitted to the National Institutes of Health.
This proposal should be written by the applicant and submission of this document will serve as verification that it has been written by the student.
Research Abstract Submit a titled abstract of approximately words concerning your proposed research plan. Transcripts Unofficial copies should be scanned and uploaded along with the application. Without these transcripts, the application will be considered incomplete.
Do not upload secure PDFs, as our reviewers will be unable to open the attachments.
We are aware that official copies are not available after five years. If we have questions regarding your scores, you will be contacted. Thesis Advisor Information and Letter of Reference The thesis advisor should provide contact information and a biosketch.
The reference letter should include an assessment of the applicant, the proposed research, and the training program. Provide a list of research support, including current grants, pending applications, total amounts involved, and the duration. Because the fellowship grants no research funds, this information is necessary to provide further perspective on the resources available for thesis research.
Department Chair Information and Letter of Reference The head of the administrative unit in which the applicant reports, e. This reference letter should include an assessment of the applicant and proposed research.
Certify that the applicant is a full-time, in-residence PhD candidate, and provide an estimate of when the candidate will complete the requirements for his or her PhD. Indicate the level of support that will be provided to this candidate by the department. If none are pending, please state this.
If the department has a training grant, please note if it is limited to a specific area and the area on which the grant focuses. Indicate how many graduate students are in the department and how many are supported by the training grant. Letters and third-party materials should not be uploaded by the applicant.
The application process will request contact information, including an email address, for your chair, thesis advisor, and additional reference. These individuals will receive a prompt from the application system with instructions for uploading their document swhich will be appended to the application.
They are due February 15th. Based on our policy, we do not provide written reviews.Web sites, e-mails and phone numbers for SF State administrative departments, auxiliary units and the Academic Senate are listed below, grouped by organizational area.
Departments are organized alphabetically within each section. Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Service Award. To enable institutions to recruit individuals selected by the program leadership for predoctoral and/or postdoctoral research training in specified scientific areas.
John P. Sullivan, Psy.D. (”™93) is a University Psychologist at the University of Rhode Island Counseling Center. He is the Coordinator of athletic counseling/sport psychology outreach services to the NCAA Division I student-athletes at the University of Rhode Island, he graduated from Niagara in with a double major in psychology and mass communications.
Web sites, e-mails and phone numbers for SF State administrative departments, auxiliary units and the Academic Senate are listed below, grouped by organizational area. Departments are organized alphabetically within each section.
KEY DETAILS. This award provides support to promising students during advanced stages of training and thesis research and for the career development of scientists prepared to engage in health outcomes research.
Deadline for the Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP) is February 1, Deadline for Sally Casanova Scholars is Wednesday, January 30,