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Level PhD - Mid Career and Beyond
Name Julie Martin Mid-Career Award in Aging Research
Agency The Ellison Medical Foundation
Frequency/Deadlines Yearly Application deadline December
Amount $500,000 In addition, up to 10% ($50,000) may be requested for indirect costs.
Duration 4 years
Qualifications The applicant must be an Associate Professor who achieved tenured status after December 1, 2008. Non-tenured Associate Professors at institutions with tenure (even if tenure is only offered at the Full Professor level) are not eligible. Applicants at institutions that do not offer tenure must demonstrate that their appointment is equivalent to that of an Associate Professor who received tenure status after December 1, 2008. Scientists not previously engaged in aging research, but whose research could lead to novel approaches in aging are eligible. Scientists already engaged in aging research but whose proposed research is a new high-risk direction of investigation with a potential high payoff in our understanding of basic aging processes, are also eligible. The proposed research must be conducted at any type of not-for-profit setting in the United States. Individuals who are employees in the NIH Intramural program are not eligible. Recipients, past or present, of the Ellison Medical Foundation Senior Scholar Award in Aging are not eligible to apply for this award.