Early Career Awards
The Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) is accepting applications for Early Career Awards for the 2015-2016 emphasis programs:
Fall 2015 - Mathematical Molecular Biosciences
Spring 2016 - Dynamics of Biologically Inspired Networks
Early Career Awards enable recipients to be in residence at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute for stays of at least three months during an Emphasis Program.
Early Career Awards are aimed at non-tenured scientists who currently have continuing employment and who hold a doctorate in any of the mathematical, statistical and computational sciences, or in any of the biological, medical, and related sciences.
An Early Career Award will be for a maximum of $7,000 per month of residency and for a maximum of nine months during the academic year. The award may be used for salary and benefits, teaching buyouts, and/or local expenses. (Restrictions Apply)
Applying for an Early Career Award:
- Applications completed before December 1, 2014 will receive full consideration. The applicant should state the period that he or she would like to be in residence.
- Applications should be submitted online at http://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/mbi.
- Applicants should provide a curriculum vita, a research statement, and three letters of recommendation.
- One of these letters should be from the department chair of the applicant's home institution; the chair's letter should discuss the proposed financial arrangements for the candidate's stay at MBI. Please note that MBI will not fund indirect cost (i.e. F & A) in its Early Career Awards.
For additional information please contact Rebecca Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-688-3519).
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