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  • at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Research Training and Career Development Programs
  • Washington, DC The National Institutes of Health
    • Located in Bethesda, MD
    • The Federal government’s primary agency for biomedical research
    • Composed of 25 Centers and Institutes
  • The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    • ~850 full-time employees
    • funded 4,120 extramural research grants
    • supported ~1,500 trainees
    • intramural budget ~ 119 million dollars
    • NIH’s second largest institute
    • FY 2000 budget ~ 2 billion dollars
    • In 1999
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  • Scope of the NHLBI’s Responsibilities
    • Preventing, treating, and curing diseases of the
      • Heart
      • Lung
      • Blood Vessels
      • Blood
    • Ensuring safe blood resources
    • Combating sleep disorders
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  • Research at the NHLBI
    • Animal Medicine and Surgery
    • Biochemistry
    • Biochemical Genetics
    • Biophysical Chemistry
    • Cardiac Energetics
    • Cardiology
    • Cell Biology
    • Cell Signaling
    • Hematology
    • Kidney and Electrolyte Metabolism
    • Molecular Biology
    • Molecular Cardiology
    • Molecular Disease
    • Molecular Hematology
    • Molecular Immunology
    • Pathology
    • Pulmonary-Critical Care Medicine
    • Vascular Biology
  • Available Programs
    • High School Students
    • Undergraduate Students
    • Predoctoral (Graduate, Medical, or
    • Dental) Students
    • Postdoctoral Individuals
    • New Independent Researchers
    • Established Researchers
  • Programs for Faculty Applicants
    • Support Training and Research for:
    • Yourself
    • Junior Faculty in need of mentors
    • Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
  • Citizenship Requirements
    • Positions are open to individuals who are U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or have legal permanent resident status.
    • Persons on temporary or student visas are not eligible.
  • Are you interested in . . .
    • . . .working as a Scientist in a Research Laboratory?
  • Are you interested in . . .
    • . . .becoming a doctor, nurse, or other health care professional?
  • Are you interested in . . .
    • . . .learning more about biology?
  • Are you interested in . . .
    • . . .becoming a veterinarian?
  • Are you interested in . . .
    • . . . working as an administrative assistant or research aide?
    • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
    • Research Supplements for:
      • Students with Disabilities
      • Minority Students
    Programs for High School Students
  • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Pay: Rate varies with experience and academic training.
    • Application deadline: March 14.
    • For more information contact:
    • Ms. Pam O'Brien
    • Phone: 301-496-6477
    • Email: ObrienP@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Summer Employment Positions for High School and College Students
    • Clerical
    • Clerk
    • Clerk-typist
    • Accounting clerk
    • Office automation clerk
    • Non-clerical
    • Biological laboratory aide/technician
    • Computer clerk/assistant
    • Engineering aide
  • NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • How to apply: Students apply directly to the NIH.
    • Application deadlines: November 15 - March 1.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Division of Extramural Outreach & Information Resources
    • 301-402-2176
    $1,100 – $1,300 College $900 High School Pay (8 week program.) Education
  • Research Supplements for High School Students with Disabilities
    • How to apply: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI research grants apply on behalf of students with disabilities.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $2,000, plus up to $1,000 for supplies and travel to worksite.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority High School Students
    • How to apply: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of students.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $2,000, plus up to $1,000 for supplies and travel to worksite.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Advantages of the NHLBI Programs for High School Students
    • Gain practical experience in
      • Scientific research
      • Government operations
      • Working in a professional environment
    • Get insight into career possibilities and college majors
      • Become more competitive for college and employment opportunities
    • Work with people who have similar career interests
      • Learn how they made their career choices and what paths they explored
  • Undergraduate Programs For All Students
    • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • NIH Summer Internship Program in
      • Biomedical Research
    For Students with Disabilities
      • Research Supplements for Undergraduate
      • Students with Disabilities
  • Undergraduate Programs for Minority Students
    • NHLBI Short-Term Training for Minority Students Program (T35)
    • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Undergraduate Students
    • Biomedical Research Training Program for Underrepresented Minorities (BRTPUM)
    • NHLBI MARC Summer Research Training Program
  • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Undergraduate Students
    • How to apply: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of students.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $6 per hour, plus up to $125 per month for travel and supplies.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Undergraduate Students with Disabilities
    • How to apply: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI research grants apply on behalf of students with disabilities.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $6 per hour, plus up to $125 per month for travel and supplies.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Advantages of Participating in an NHLBI Undergraduate Program
    • Work with world-class researchers
    • Learn about scientific advances
    • Perform research contributing to disease prevention and treatment
    • Gain practical experience
      • Become more competitive for medical school, graduate school, other research fellowships, and employment opportunities
  • Short-Term Training for Minority Students Program (T35)
    • Applicants: Non-federal U.S. institutions who want to offer a research experience to underrepresented minority undergraduate, graduate, and health professional students.
    • Application Deadline: Announced annually, usually late August.
    • Stipend: $1,255 per month plus travel, housing, and training costs.
    • NHLBI Contact:
    • Dr. Michael Commarato
    • Phone: 301-435-0530, Email: CommaraM@nih.gov
  • NHLBI MARC Summer Research Training Program
    • How to apply: Honors scholars in the Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) program submit a resume, letters of recommendation, a list of research interests, and a transcript to the NHLBI.
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Application deadline: January 31.
    • Stipend: $3,000 for 10 weeks plus up to $500 for round-trip transportation.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nih.gov
  • Biomedical Research Training Program for Underrepresented Minorities Applicants: Underrepresented minority undergraduate and graduate students planning to pursue advanced degrees in the biomedical and behavioral sciences. Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland. Applications are due October 1 – December 31. $17,400 Senior $16,900 Junior Salary per year College education
    • Applicants: Recent college graduates who plan to apply to graduate or medical school within the next year.
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Pay: $17,600 per year.
    • Applications are accepted at any time.
    • For additional information, contact:
    • Office of Education
    • National Institutes of Health
    • 301-496-2427
    NIH Predoctoral Intramural Research Training Award for Recent College Graduates
  • Questions to Consider When Choosing a Training or Fellowship Program
    • Where do I want to train?
    • Can I pay back a loan?
    • Do I want the opportunity to renew my funding or do I want a fixed time period?
    • Do I want to apply for the funding or do I want my mentor to be responsible for the application?
    • What are the stipend, tuition, travel, and other benefits?
  • Training Opportunities for Predoctoral Students
    • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
    • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
  • Opportunities for Predoctoral Students with Disabilities
    • Research Supplements for Graduate Research Assistants with Disabilities
    • Predoctoral Fellowship Awards for Students with Disabilities (F31)
  • Research Supplements for Graduate Research Assistants with Disabilities
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the individual with disabilities.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Stipend: Up to $26,000 per year for salary and tuition plus an allowance of up to $3,000 for supplies and travel.
    • For additional information contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Predoctoral Fellowship Awards for Students with Disabilities (F31)
    • Applicants: Students with disabilities pursuing advanced degrees in the biomedical or behavioral sciences.
    • Application deadlines: May 1 and November 15.
    • Stipend: $15,060 per year plus a tuition and fee allowance, and an institutional allowance of $2,000 per year for other training expenses.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Ann Rothgeb
    • Phone: 301-435-0202, Email: rothgeba@nih.gov
  • NIH Summer Employment Program (Graduate Students)
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Pam O'Brien
    • Phone: 301-496-6477
    • Email: ObrienP@nhlbi.nih.gov
    $11.17-$31.89 Biologist, chemist, computer specialist, administrative assistant, engineer, psychologist, statistician. $7.25 - $12.98 Computer clerk/assistant, engineering aide Hourly Wage Position
  • NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (Graduate Students)
    • Location: NHLBI laboratories in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • How to apply: Students apply directly to the NIH. An online application is available through www.training.nih.gov/student/sip/catalog/apply.html
    • Application deadlines: November 15 - March 1.
    $2,000 3 or more years $900+ Less than 3 years Pay (8 week prog.) Graduate Education
  • Local Opportunities for Predoctoral Students
    • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
  • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
    • Applicants: U.S. research institutions interested in supporting graduate research training in sleep research.
    • Stipend: $15,060 per year plus up to $2,000 per year for training-related expenses. Other allowable expenses are tuition, fees, health insurance, and travel to scientific meetings.
    • Application Deadline: May 10.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Ann Rothgeb
    • Phone: 301-435-0202, Email: rothgeba@nih.gov
  • Opportunities for Minority Predoctoral Students
    • Biomedical Research Training Program for Underrepresented Minorities (BRTPUM)
    • Predoctoral Fellowship Awards for Minority Students (F31)
    • Minority Institutional Research Training Program (T32)
    • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Graduate Research Assistants
    • Short-Term Training for Minority Students Program (T35)
    • Minority Access to Research Careers (F34)
  • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Graduate Research Assistants
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of students.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Salary, benefits, and tuition up to a maximum of $26,000 per year plus up to $3,000 per year for supplies and travel.
    • For additional information contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Predoctoral Fellowship Awards for Minority Students (F31)
    • Applicants: Underrepresented minority students pursuing advanced degrees in the biomedical and behavioral sciences.
    • Application deadlines: May 1 and November 15.
    • Stipend: $15,060 per year plus a tuition and fee allowance and an institutional allowance of $2,000 per year.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Ann Rothgeb
    • Phone: 301-435-0202, Email: rothgeba@nih.gov
  • Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) (F34)
    • Applicants: Minority predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellows at U.S. institutions with a minority enrollment of greater than 50% and an interest in training graduate students.
    • Application deadlines: January 10, May 10, and September 10.
    • Student Stipend: $8,800 per year, plus tuition, fees, and $2,000 for supplies and travel.
    • Postdoctoral Stipend: Up to $25,000 per year.
    • For additional information, contact the MARC Program at 301-594-2849.
  • Minority Institutional Research Training Program (T32)
    • Applicants: U.S. institutions with a minority student enrollment of more than 50% and an interest in training graduate students.
    • Application deadline: Announced annually, usually late August.
    • Stipend: $15,060 per year, up to $2,000 per year for training-related costs. Other allowable costs are tuition, fees, health insurance, and travel to scientific meetings.
    • NHLBI contact
    • Dr. Sandra Colombini-Hatch
    • Phone: 301-435-0222, Email: HatchS@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Biomedical Research Training Program for Underrepresented Minorities
    • Applicants: Underrepresented minority graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in the biomedical and behavioral sciences.
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Stipend: $17,950 – 19,400 per year
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Office of Special Concerns
    • 301-496-1763
  • Postdoctoral Programs for All Individuals
    • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • Individual Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (F32)
    • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Intramural Research Training Award
    • Staff Fellowship Program
    • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
  • Postdoctoral Programs for Clinical Researchers
    • NIH Summer Employment Program
    • Individual Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (F32)
    • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Intramural Research Training Award
    • Staff Fellowship Program
    • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
  • NIH Summer Employment Program (Postdoctoral Individuals)
    • How to apply: Individuals apply directly to the NIH Employment Office.
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Application deadline: March 14.
    • Positions available: Biologist, chemist, microbiologist, computer specialist, writer-editor, statistician.
    • Pay: $11.17-$31.89 per hour.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Pam O'Brien
    • Phone: 301-496-6477, Email: ObrienP@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Individual Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (F32)
    • Applicants: Postdoctoral individuals interested in biomedical, clinical, or behavioral research in cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, or sleep disorders.
    • Application deadlines: April 5, August 5, December 5.
    • Stipend: $26,916-$42,300 per year plus an institutional allowance of $4,000 per year. The fellow incurs a payback service obligation with this award.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Sandra Colombini-Hatch
    • Phone: 301-435-0222
    • Email: HatchS@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Applicants : Institutions interested in training postdoctoral fellows in research areas of interest to the NHLBI.
    • Application deadline: May 10.
    • Stipend: $26,916-42,300 per year plus an allowance for tuition, health insurance, and travel to meetings. The fellow incurs a payback service obligation with this award.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Michael Commarato
    • Phone: 301-435-0530
    • Email: CommaraM@nih.gov
  • Institutional National Research Service Award in Sleep Research (T32)
    • Applicants: U.S. research institutions interested in training postdoctoral fellows in sleep research.
    • Stipend: $26,916-42,300 per year plus an allowance for tuition, health insurance, and travel to meetings. The fellow incurs a payback service obligation with this award.
    • Application Deadline: May 10.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Ann Rothgeb
    • Phone: 301-435-0202
    • Email: rothgeba@nih.gov
  • Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA)
    • Applicants: Physicians and Ph.D.-level investigators at the start of their professional careers.
    • Location: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Stipend: $27,500-$30,000 salary per year for the first postdoctoral year.
    • How to apply: Send resume and a letter inquiring about program to:
    • Scientific Director, NHLBI
    • Building 10, Room 7N214
    • 10 Center Drive, MSC 1668
    • Bethesda, MD 20892-1668
  • NHLBI Staff Fellowship Program
    • How to apply: Postdoctoral individuals interested in working with a specific NHLBI scientist should contact that individual directly. Other candidates should request information from:
    • Scientific Director, NHLBI
    • Building 10, Room 7N214
    • 10 Center Drive, MSC 1668
    • Bethesda, MD 20892-1668
    • Applications are accepted at any time.
    • Stipend: $29,000 - $118,400.
  • Postdoctoral Programs for Underrepresented Individuals
    • Minority Scientists
    • Minority Institutional Research Training Program (T32)
    • Minority Access to Research Careers (F34)
    • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Individuals in Postdoctoral Training
    • Scientists with Disabilities
    • Research Supplements for Individuals with Disabilities in Postdoctoral Training
  • Minority Institutional Research Training Program (T32)
    • Applicants: U.S. institutions with a minority student enrollment of more than 50% and an interest in training postdoctoral individuals.
    • Application deadline: Announced annually, usually late August.
    • Stipend: $26,916-42,300 per year plus expenses such as tuition, health insurance, and travel to meetings. The trainee incurs a payback service obligation with this award.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Sandra Colombini-Hatch
    • Phone: 301-435-0222, Email: HatchS@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Minority Individuals in Postdoctoral Training
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the individuals.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $40,000 per year for salary and fringe benefits, plus up to $6,000 per year for supplies and travel.
    • For additional information contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Individuals in Postdoctoral Training with Disabilities
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the individuals.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary: Up to $40,000 per year for salary plus benefits and up to $6,000 per year for supplies and travel.
    • For additional information contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Training Programs for Health Profession Students
    • Short-Term Institutional Research Training Grant (T35)
    • NIH Summer Research Fellowship Program
    • NIH One-Year Research Fellowships for Medical Students
    • NIH Clinical Electives Program for Medical and Dental Students
  • Clinical Research Training Programs
    • Support physicians building careers in:
    • biomedical research
    • behavioral science
    • Patient-oriented research
  • Short-Term Institutional Research Training Grant (T35)
    • Applicants: U.S. institutions wishing to offer research experiences to health professional students.
    • Application Deadline: January 10.
    • Stipend: $1,255 per month plus $165 per month for training-related expenses.
    • For additional information contact:
    • Dr. Sarah Knox
    • Phone: 301-435-0409, Email: KnoxS@nih.gov
  • NIH One-Year Research Fellowships for Medical Students
    • Applicants: Medical students currently enrolled in medical school who seek an interim research experience.
    • Training site: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Application deadline: Any time.
    • Stipend: $16,000 - $21,000 per year, based on the amount of medical education completed at the time of the award.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • NIH Office of Education
    • 301-496-2427
  • Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)
    • Applicants: U.S. research institutions interested in supporting graduate research training.
    • Stipend: $15,060 per year plus benefits and up to $2,000 per year for training-related expenses. Other allowable expenses are tuition, fees, health insurance, and travel to scientific meetings.
    • Application Deadline: May 10.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Michael Commarato
    • Phone: 301-435-0530, Email: CommaraM@nih.gov
  • NIH Summer Research Fellowship Program
    • Applicants: Medical and dental students with strong interests in pursuing biomedical or behavioral research careers.
    • Training site: The NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Application deadline: November 15 through March 1.
    • Stipend: Stipends are based on each student's education level. Monthly stipends are approximately $1,600.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Coordinator, Summer Research Fellowship Program
    • NIH Office of Education
    • 301-496-2427
  • NIH Clinical Electives Program for Medical and Dental Students
    • Applicants: Medical and dental students with strong interests in pursuing biomedical or behavioral research careers.
    • Training site: T he NHLBI in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Application deadline: May 1 preceding the academic year of the desired session.
    • Stipend: Academic credit in lieu of stipend.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Coordinator, Clinical Electives Program
    • NIH Office of Education
    • 301-496-2427
  • Awards For New Researchers
    • Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08)
    • Independent Scientist Award (K02)
    • Career Transition Award (K22)
    • Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)
    • Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award (K25)
  • Awards For New Clinical Researchers
    • Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08)
    • Independent Scientist Award (K02)
    • Career Transition Award (K22)
    • Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)
  • Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08)
    • Applicants: Clinicians who are interested in developing independent research careers.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, and October 1.
    • Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $25,000 per year for research development support.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Lorraine Silsbee
    • Phone: 301-435-0709, Email: silsbeeL@nih.gov
  • Independent Scientist Award (K02)
    • Applicants: Investigators at non-federal public or profit U.S. institutions engaged in health-related research.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, and October 1.
    • Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Ms. Joyce Creamer
    • Phone: 301-435-0064, Email: CreamerJ@nih.gov
  • Career Transition Award (K22)
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Beth Schucker
    • Phone: 301-435-0535, Email: SchuckeB@nih.gov
    • How to apply: Individuals apply to the NIH.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, and October 1.
    2 1 Salary Training Site Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits, and up to $50,000 per year for research support Extramural Institution Based on experience NHLBI Intramural Labs
  • Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)
    • Applicants: Scientists who are committed to developing careers in patient-oriented research.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, and October 1.
    • Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $25,000 per year for research development support.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Beth Schucker
    • Phone: 301-435-0535, Email: SchuckeB@nih.gov
  • Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award (K25)
    • Applicants: Individuals with an advanced degree in a quantitative area of science or engineering who are committed to careers as independent biomedical or behavioral investigators.
    • Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $40,000 per year for research development support.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, October 1.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Michael Commarato
    • Phone: 301-435-0535, Email: CommaraM@nih.gov
  • Awards For Minority Scientists and Researchers with Disabilities
    • Minority Researchers
    • NHLBI Minority Institution Research Scientist Development Award (K01)
    • NHLBI Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01)
    • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Investigators
    • Researchers with Disabilities
    • Research Supplements for Investigators with Disabilities Developing Independent Research Careers
  • NHLBI Minority Institution Research Scientist Development Award (K01)
    • Applicants: Institutions apply on behalf of minority faculty and students.
    • Application deadline: Announced annually, usually late August.
    • Faculty Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits, and up to $30,000 per year for research support .
      • Student Salary: $8.50 per hour plus benefits and a summer housing allowance.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Ms. Joyce Creamer
    • Phone: 301-435-0064, Email: CreamerJ@nih.gov
    • Applicants: Underrepresented minority faculty members interested in cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, or sleep disorders research.
    • Application deadline: Announced annually, usually late August.
    • Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits, and up to $30,000 per year for research support.
    • For forms and additional information, contact:
    • Ms. Lorraine Silsbee
    • Phone: 301-435-0709, Email: silsbeeL@nih.gov
    NHLBI Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01)
  • Research Supplements for Minority Investigators
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the minority individual.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary and benefits: The salary must be consistent with the salary structure of the applicant institution, the minority investigator's institution, and the level of effort.
    • Supplies and travel: Up to $10,000 per year.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Investigators with Disabilities Developing Independent Research Careers
    • How to apply: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the individual at least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary and benefits: The salary must be consistent with the salary structure of the applicant institution and the level of effort.
    • Supplies and travel: Up to $10,000 per year.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
    • National Research Service Awards for Senior Fellows (F33)
    • Research Supplements for Established Investigators Who Become Disabled
    • Mid-Career Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research Award (K24)
    • Research Supplements to Promote Reentry into Biomedical and Behavioral Research Careers
    Established Researchers
  • National Research Service Awards for Senior Fellows (F33)
    • Applicants: Experienced scientists with at least 7 years of relevant postdoctoral research or professional training who are interested in changing the direction of their careers.
    • Stipend: Up to $42,300 per year, plus an institutional allowance of $4,000 per year.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Sarah Knox
    • Phone: 301-435-0409, Email: KnoxS@nih.gov
  • Research Supplements for Established Investigators Who Become Disabled
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI research grants who become disabled.
    • Funding: Limited to items that will permit the investigator to complete the currently funded research project.
    • Application Deadline: No later than 3 months before the requested start date.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
  • Midcareer Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research (K24)
    • Applicants: Patient-oriented investigators at U.S. institutions with independent research support.
    • Application deadlines: February 1, June 1, and October 1.
    • Salary: Up to $62,500 per year plus benefits, and up to $25,000 per year for research development support.
    • NHLBI contact:
    • Ms. Joyce I. Creamer
    • Phone: 301-435-0064, Email: CreamerJ@nih.gov
    • Applicants: Principal investigators with eligible NHLBI grants apply on behalf of the individuals who had to interrupt their research careers.
    • Application deadline: At least 3 months before the requested start date.
    • Salary and benefits: Must be consistent with the salary structure of the applicant institution and the level of effort.
    • Supplies and travel: Up to $10,000 per year.
    • NHLBI contact: Dr. Norbert Weber
    • Phone: 301-496-4950, Email: WeberN@nhlbi.nih.gov
    Research Supplements to Promote Reentry into Biomedical and Behavioral Research Careers
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional Programs NRSA Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship (F32) Research Project Grant (R01) NRSA Institutional Research Training Program (T32) Independent Researcher Graduate Student EDUCATIONAL LEVEL Postdoctoral Fellow PROGRAM
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional and Minority Programs Postdoctoral Fellow: Individual Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (F32) Junior Faculty: NHLBI Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01) Graduate Student: Short-Term Training for Minority Students Program (T35) Independent Researcher: Research Project Grant (R01)
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Minority Supplements . . . Undergraduate Students . . . Graduate Research Assistants . . . Individuals in Postdoctoral Training . . . Investigators (Postdoctoral Individuals/New Independent Researchers) Research Project Grant (R01) for ALL Investigators Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority. . .
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional and Minority Programs Postdoctoral Fellow: Minority Postdoctoral Research Supplement Independent Investigator: Research Project Grant (R01) Junior Faculty: NHLBI Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01) Graduate Student or Postdoctoral Fellow: Institutional Research Training Program (T32) Undergraduate or Graduate Student: Short-Term Training for Minority Students (T35)
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional Programs Postdoctoral Fellow: Institutional National Research Service Award (T32) Independent Investigator: Research Project Grant (R01) Junior Faculty: Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08) Graduate Student: Institutional National Research Service Award (T32) Undergraduate Student: NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional and Minority Programs Research Project Grant (R01) Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01) Minority Graduate Research Supplement Independent Researcher Medical Student Junior Faculty EDUCATIONAL LEVEL PROGRAM High School College Research Supplement for Minority Students Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional Programs Research Project Grant (R01) Institutional National Research Service Award (T32) Summer Employment or Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research Independent Researcher Graduate School/Medical School High School College Postdoctoral Experience EDUCATIONAL LEVEL PROGRAM
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Minority and Traditional Programs NRSA Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship (F32) Research Project Grant (R01) Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01) Minority Graduate Research Supplement Independent Researcher Graduate or Medical Student Junior Faculty EDUCATIONAL LEVEL Postdoctoral Fellow PROGRAM
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Traditional Programs Research Project Grant (R01) Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award (K25) NRSA Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship (F32) Independent Researcher Postdoctoral Fellow EDUCATIONAL LEVEL Junior Faculty PROGRAM
  • Establishing a Research Career Using Minority Programs Research Project Grant (R01) NHLBI Mentored Minority Faculty Development Award (K01) Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities Postdoctoral Fellow or Junior Faculty Junior Faculty Independent Investigator EDUCATIONAL LEVEL NHLBI PROGRAM
  • Maurice Sholas, M.D., Ph.D. Postgraduate
    • High School:
      • NIH Summer Research Program
    • College:
      • Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program
      • NHLBI MARC Summer Research Program
    • Harvard University M.D./Ph.D. program:
      • Fellowship for Minority Students (F31)
  • Wendell Taylor, Ph.D. Social Psychologist
    • After his postdoctoral training, he received an NHLBI Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities award.
    • He is currently the principal investigator of a 5-year NHLBI grant and is supporting two individuals on his grant with minority supplements .
  • Sonia Flores, Ph.D. Researcher
      • Research Supplement for Underrepresented Minority Investigators.
      • Mentored Research Scientist Development Award for Minority Faculty.
      • Research Project Grant.
      • Minority Supplements for students.
    Dr. Flores’ NHLBI grants include:
  • The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/index.htm
  • Application Forms To apply for T32 awards or awards beginning with a K (e.g., K01, K08, K22), use PHS form 398 : http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/phs398/phs398.html To apply for awards beginning with an F (e.g. F31, F32), use PHS form 416-1 : http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/416/phs416.htm
  • Programs for Students at Academic/Research Institutions
    • NHLBI Short-Term Training for Minority Students Program (T35)
      • Undergraduate and Graduate Students
    • Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minority Students
      • High School Students
      • Undergraduate and Graduate Students
    • Research Supplements for Students with Disabilities
      • High School Students
      • Undergraduates and Graduate Students