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Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Megan Maxwell, MSW before beginning their application.
Only one application is required for both the MSTR and ITMAT Funding.
The combined funding application deadline for students enrolling in July 2024 is December 1, 2023.
One-to-one application support is available! Contact us and we'll be glad to discuss your potential application or questions. In addition, we've created an FAQ document for prospective applicants.
Please note that the letters of support have specific guidelines:
Applications received after the deadline or incomplete applications will not be considered.
We believe that a diverse clinical and translational science workforce will enable better science. Diverse teams of scientists bring an important range of experiences and perspectives that propel the collective potential for innovation. Thus, we seek to draw students from diverse backgrounds, including diversity of race, ethnicity, work and life experiences, interests, culture, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and those with disabilities.