Seeking applications for the 5th Annual Dr. Eddie Méndez Scholar Award

Fred Hutch is seeking applications for the 5th Annual Dr. Eddie Méndez Scholar Award, which recognizes outstanding postdoctoral fellows from any discipline conducting research on cancer, infectious diseases, or basic science. The award was created to recognize Dr. Méndez’s commitment to cancer research and supporting early-career scientists from historically excluded backgrounds.

2023 Grants and Fellowships, Retirement and Disability Policy

Steven H. Sandell Grant Program

  • Opportunity for junior or non-tenured scholars to pursue research on retirement or disability policy.
  • Up to three $45,000 grants awarded to researchers with a Ph.D. or comparable credentials.
  • Read guidelines & apply online:
  • Application Deadline: January 31, 2023

Dissertation Fellowship Program

  • Opportunity for doctoral candidates to pursue research on retirement or disability policy.

Science Communication (SciComm) Identities Fellowship

The University of Rhode Island's Metcalf Institute, Michigan State University's Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, and the URI Science and Story Lab launched the SciComm Identities Project (SCIP) to prepare the next generation of science communicators from underrepresented ethnic and racial backgrounds. The ambitious five-year collaborative project, supported by a $2.8 million National Science Foundation grant, will address a significant gap in science communication research and training by centering the m

Postdoctoral Researcher, Biomedical Informatics

Candidates will join a growing transdisciplinary team at Ohio State University (OSU) focused on studying patient preferences as well as advancing and applying methods for promoting patient engagement in science, health equities and evidence synthesis and generation. Our postdocs can work on a variety of research projects and generate their own research proposals and studies in a collaborative team science environment.

Career Development Training for Addiction Scientists

What Is ASSET?

Addiction Scientists Strengthened through Information Technology Solutions Education and Training (ASSET) is a substance use research training and education program focused exclusively on supporting Black and/or Latinx junior faculty.

ASSET provides research knowledge, skills, and mentored career development training to build faculty confidence and resilience to become independent scientists and leaders in substance use research.