Funding

Funding

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SEATRAC offers several educational, training, and grant programs designed to foster career development of junior or senior investigators that are new to TB research.

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Undergraduate

SEATRAC supports students that display academic excellence, are historically underrepresented in the biomedical sciences, or have an interest in TB research through the programs below.

TB Scholars Program

Through funding by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, TBSP supports undergraduate students in the greater Seattle area interested in TB research who demonstrate academic excellence, are from groups who have been historically underrepresented in medicine and/or have lived experience from disadvantaged backgrounds overcoming significant adversity, whether due to prejudice, discrimination, geographical, social, physical, economic, or other factors. Applicants should be strongly motivated to pursue a career in the sciences. Receive up to $4,000 for full-time summer experience over 10 weeks.

 

TB Undergraduate Program

TBUP supports University of Washington undergraduate students interested in TB research. Receive up to $4,000 for a full-time summer experience over 10 weeks.

graduate and postdoc Fellows

We offer career development opportunities to recent graduates and postdocs in the biomedical biomedical sciences. Learn more about SEATRAC's Awardee Support Grants and Early Career Scientist Awards.

Awardee Support Grants

AWS offers support for travel expenses to conferences for SEATRAC awardees. Receive up to $1000 in travel and/or conference funds.

 

Early Career Scientist Awards

ECSA awardees present at our Annual TB Symposium and also receive a stipend for their work. Receive up to $2000 in travel, and/or conference funds, or software funds.

New investigator Awards

A New Investigator (NI) is an investigator who has not yet competed successfully for a substantial, independent NIH research award, such as an R01 or R01-equivalent. The SEATRAC New Investigator Award supports scientists on their pathway to independence. Receive $50,000 per year for up to two years of funding. Funds can be used for both salary support and research/experimental costs.

established investigators

SEATRAC's New to TB Awards are designed to aid investigators new to the field of TB. Receive $50,000 per year for up to two years of funding.

High school students

See relevant opportunities for high school students interested in obtaining research experience. (SEATRAC does not directly support high school student development.)

Other funding opportunities

Skills for Health and Research Professionals (SHARP) Program

Scholarship awards which cover at least 50% of the registration fee for 1-4 day trainings in omics, data science, climate and professional development geared towards early-career faculty and postdocs. Trainings are offered in a variety of in-person, virtual, and hybrid formats. 

Scholarship applications due February 1, 2024.

Career MODE, an 11-month hybrid mentorship and training program in omics and data science. Trainees will be paired with two expert mentors, join a network of established researchers, and receive intensive training in grant writing, leadership skills, and omics and data science approaches to support their ongoing research. 

Biomedical researchers across the U.S. are encouraged to apply for Career MODE by February 2.

Post-baccalaureate Scholar

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
Fred Hutch postbaccalaureate scholars should be recent college graduates (ideally <2 years post-graduation or individuals who are switching careers and are interested in pursuing doctoral-level training) who would benefit from strengthening their content knowledge and skill preparedness to be competitive for graduate training.  

Postbaccalaureate Scholar Application Information | Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

CFAR Trainee Support Grants

University of Washington/Fred Hutch

CFAR Trainee Support Grants help fund a variety of activities for doctoral students, fellows, and junior faculty which are directly relevant to their career development. The purpose of the program is to provide modest support to enhance career development of trainees and junior investigators pursuing research careers in HIV/AIDS and to encourage collaboration with other HIV/AIDS investigators.

Learn more and apply here: CFAR Trainee Support Grants – Center for AIDS Research (washington.edu)

 

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