To carry out valuable and demanding health-related research, graduate and postdoctoral students are invited to apply for training grants at UW Madison. NIH and HRSA training grants at the University of Wisconsin Madison provide funding opportunities for training to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in scientific health-related fields to advance and provide the students with real experiences. The benefits and requirements for all the programmes differ.
The aim of initiating this training programme is to ensure that students become an ultimate expert in their field of study and to carry out various researches on different topics to advance the study as well as the field. The university knows that it is essential to provide needed training and the funding to the growing buds in the field of health science to ensure consistency in new researches. These programmes funded by different institutions or sponsors will be of great help to grow the career of the candidate.
The Office of training Grant Support is a campus resource for Ruth L. Krischtein National Research Service Award training grants administered by the National Institute of Health, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality at UW Madison. The mission is to enhance training grant excellence and enriching the landscape of research training at UT-Madison. The office serves training grant programme directors and administrators. OTGS provides expertise and resources to enable effective training grant administration.
|Educational Level||Graduate students and postdoctoral|
|Amount||Funds and training|
|Number of Awards||Not Defined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
Who May Be Eligible?
Eligibility requirements for each of the training and funding programme differ depending on the criteria set by the institute or the sponsor, but few common requirements are as follows.
- The applicant should have an excellent academic standing and understanding of the subjects and should be passionate about the research.
- Candidate should be a graduate student or a postdoctoral researcher in the scientific health-related field
How to Apply
The application procedure of each of the training and funding programme differs from others. Applicants need to make sure they provide all the relevant data and the other supporting materials on time without any delay. The fellow should remember all the regulations of the programme before applying. Application forms of the respective programme should be filled with adequate details by the fellows.
- Application forms
- Relevant materials to prove eligibility is needed
Through these training programmes, applicants get exposure to learn new things and bring out new researches to improve their field of study. The funding amount differs and should be used to reduce the financial burden on the candidates and to help them with the cost of research and the material required.
Applications are currently open.