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Alcohol National Research Service Awards for Research Training

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Individual grants are made to fellows seeking predoctoral or postdoctoral support for full-time research training. An institutional allowance will be provided, upon request, to the sponsoring institution for each awardee. In addition, any domestic public or nonprofit institution may apply for an institutional research training grant in a specified area of research from which a number of stipend awards will be made to individuals selected by the training program director at the institution. Support is available for both predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees and for Senior Fellowships and M.D./Ph.D. Fellowships. Special predoctoral fellowships are also available for students with disabilities and for minority students. Actual tuition and fees are allowable for trainees, and an amount for institutional expenses will be provided. Indirect costs may be requested at 8 percent of total direct costs, exclusive of tuition and related fees and expenditures for equipment, or actual indirect costs, whichever is less. Postdoctoral fellows and trainees in the first 12 months of postdoctoral NRSA support incur one month of payback obligation for each month of support. The 13th and subsequent months of postdoctoral NRSA support are considered payback service for prior postdoctoral support. Predoctoral fellows and trainees do not incur a service payback obligation. Stipend levels will be $16,500 for predoctoral awards and from $28,260 to $44,412 for postdoctoral awards dependent upon the number of years of relevant experience. Research training support may not be used for intern or other clinical training.