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Faculty and administrators: For support with institutional training grant data tables, please contact Mindy Donovan.

How we can help students

Basic Biomedical Sciences (BBS) students - For your fellowship and grant applications​, please start from our standardized template language and tailor to your individual training as directed. The following documents are available and tailored to NIH F fellowships. If you are applying for a different fellowship type, please let us know so we can assist you. At least 6 weeks prior to your application deadline, contact Mindy Donovan to receive the documents for your fellowship application.

  • Training in the Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Description of Institutional Environment and Commitment to Training (includes personalized Education Information section)
  • Description of Candidate's Contributions to Program Goals (for applicants who meet the NIH Diversity Statement criteria and are applying for the diversity-related F31 only)

NIH F30/31 Quick Orientation (UMass Chan internal-only resource)

CPHR and MDP students, please contact both Mindy Donovan and your program director(s) for assistance. ​

Additional resources

​Please let us know if you have another resource to add to our list.

UMass Chan RTI List of Funding Opportunities and Resources

Vanderbilt University Funding Resources

UCSF Extramural Fellowships

International student resources

NIH Fogarty International Center Non-NIH Funding Opportunities

NIH F grant resources

Getting an NIH Predoc Fellowship. Presentation slides from Judy Hahn, Professor, Division of HIV, ID & Global Medicine. University of California San Francisco. May 24, 2018.

McManus, Linda. F-Troop HandbookThe University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

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Quick Guide to Student Support
UMass Chan Medical School-wide resources for students and best practices to serve a student in distress
 
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