LEADS Fellowship

15 March 2019

LEADS Fellowship
Leading Emerging and Diverse Scientists to Success (LEADS)
Applications open online until April 1, 2019

Do you want to establish a research career?
Do you want to submit an NIH grant proposal?

LEADS is for post-docs and junior faculty from participating Minority Serving Institutions (MSI)*. Anyone from other MSIs are encouraged to
apply. Priority is given to consortium members.

Scholars participate in a series of one-month, online training modules (e.g. Grant Writing).
Scholars receive support to establish a research career.
Travel awards are available for Scholars.
Scholars are expected to have a draft of a grant after the program.

*LEADS Consortium:Institutions and Leadership

Charles R. Drew University â?? Magda Shaheen, MD, PhD
Hampton University â?? Luisel Ricks-Santi, PhD
Howard University â?? Patricia Talbert, PhD, MPH, MS, C
Meharry Medical College â?? Stephanie Bailey, MD, MS
Morehouse School of Medicine â?? Alexander Quarshie, MD, MS
North Carolina Central University â?? Deepak Kumar, PhD
University of Hawaii â?? Todd Seto, MD, MPH
Universidad de Puerto Rico â?? Lourdes Soto de Laurido, EdD, MPHE
University of Texas at San Antonio â?? George Perry, PhD

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