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Robert Wood Johnson Funding Opportunity

16 May 2017

If our nation is to make the opportunity for health available to all, we need leaders who will be able to meet the challenges before us – leaders who refuse to be siloed, leaders who refuse to do things the way they have always been done, leaders from all walks of life who reflect the marvelous diversity of our nation.

If you are an early- or mid-career researcher, you can help shape the future. New Connections, one of RWJ’s signature leadership programs, aims to diversify the perspectives that inform RWJF program strategy by providing research grants, networking, and skill building opportunities to scholars from underrepresented and historically disadvantaged backgrounds and/or who are the first in their family to receive a college degree.

This is your opportunity to tap into a global community of scholars and develop new professional collaborations as you refine your own areas of investigation as an independent researcher.

Apply now through May 16, 2017

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Robert Wood Johnson Funding Opportunity

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