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Scleroderma Research Foundation

Scleroderma Research Foundation

220 Montgomery St., Ste. 1411
San Francisco, CA94104
Ph: (415)834-9444
Fax: (415)834-9177
Free: 800-441-CURE

SRF Post-doctoral Fellowships (Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To raise interest in exploring new approaches and hypotheses on the pathogenesis of scleroderma among young scientists by providing funding support. Focus: Biomedical research. Qualif.: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and must be Ph.D. or M.D. degree holders. Applicants must also identify a sponsoring private or public non-profit institution and an individual who will serve as a sponsor and will directly supervise and document everything that are involved in the training and research experience of the candidate. Criteria: Award is given based on merit.

Funds Avail.: $35,000-$55,000. Number Awarded: 2. To Apply: Applicants must submit completed and signed application along with letter from sponsoring principle investigator; relevant supplemental material appended to application; research proposal; and three letters of recommendation. Deadline: November 30.

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