Tag Archives: NIH

NSF vs. NIH: Foundation vs. Translation

Hello GradFund Readers! Today, we will be discussing two funders that many of you may be familiar with: The NIH and the NSF. Many research projects may fit multiple funders. This is especially true of research that may have clinical … Continue reading

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Grants and Fellowships for Students in the Allied Health Fields

Graduate students in the Allied Health fields represent a wide range of professions that are trained to provide health services. There are a number of national fellowship programs and independent organizations that provide funding for Allied Health graduate students. Programs … Continue reading

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The Funder Incarnate

Devin is the funder incarnate. She believes that upholding the values of the NIH is of utmost importance when she meets to review in fellowship study sections. Professionally, Devin is a devout methodologist to the core. She commends science that is … Continue reading

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William Wellness (aka NIH)

The name I have chosen for the National Institute of Health (NIH) is William Wellness.  William is a do-gooder with a very inquisitive personality.  He seeks to answer questions about the world around him that will help improve the people’s … Continue reading

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