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Space research institute awards postdoctoral fellowships to 4 scientists
Date:11/9/2012

lows also have an opportunity to attend the Summer Bioastronautics Institute (SBI) at NSBRI's headquarters and demonstration laboratories in the BioScience Research Collaborative in Houston. The SBI emphasizes essential skills needed for a successful research career and connects the trainees with the NSBRI and NASA scientific communities. The SBI includes participants from NSBRI's Summer Internship Program and Graduate Education Program in Space Life Sciences.

The NSBRI Postdoctoral Fellowship Program solicits applications annually. Applicants submit research project proposals to investigate a spaceflight-related health risk or to develop a technology needed to enable research or medical care in space. The project must be overseen by an experienced mentor and be carried out at a U.S. laboratory. Applications are reviewed for scientific and technical merit by an independent review panel and by NSBRI management to ensure relevance to the Institute's research program goals. Also, a competitive third-year extension of the fellowship is available. Information about NSBRI's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and this year's class is available at www.nsbri.org/postdocs.

Since its inception in 2004, the NSBRI Postdoctoral Fellowship Program has had 32 participants.


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Contact: Brad Thomas
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713-798-7595
National Space Biomedical Research Institute
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