Foundation / Corporation
01/15/19 Midnight EST Receipt
Fellowships of $50,000 to USA, Canada, and International researchers for support of research in mammalian reproductive biology as it relates to fertility regulation. The fellowships are intended to assist new and talented researchers in launching their careers in teaching and scientific research in universities and colleges. The funds may be used for fellowship stipends, fringes, and institutional overhead.
Any nonprofit research institution, such as a university or medical research center, may apply. The individual nominated by the applicant institution for the postdoctoral fellowship for conduct of the work may be a citizen of any country. The individual should have training and experience at least equal to the Ph.D. or M.D. level and should not have a faculty appointment (i.e., instructor, lecturer or higher). Potential fellows should not have held the doctoral degree more than two years from receipt of the degree.
The applicant institution may make its nomination of a fellow from among its own personnel or elsewhere, but qualifications being equal, candidates from other than the proposing institution itself may carry modest preference.
GrantWatch ID#: 139420
Fellowships are $50,000 per year for coverage of fellowship stipend, fringes, and institutional overhead.
The fellowships are for one year. Fellowships generally begin in May or June of the application year and run for 12 months. Renewal for one additional year is possible under special circumstances.
U.S. institutions must be exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and must submit a determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service stating that it is “not a private foundation.”
Any nonprofit research institution, such as a university or medical research center, may apply. If the institution is not located in the United States and has not been classified by the Internal Revenue Service, applicants must submit proof of the institution’s nonprofit status.
The individual nominated by the applicant institution for the postdoctoral fellowship for conduct of the work may be a citizen of any country. The individual should have training and experience at least equal to the Ph.D. or M.D. level and should not have a faculty appointment (i.e., instructor, lecturer or higher). Potential fellows should not have held the doctoral degree more than two years from receipt of the degree.
Individuals nominated by the applicant institution do not have to have their doctorates yet, but must be in their final year of of doctoral study and must expect to receive their degrees in the year that they apply. The trustees will not hold an award open for an extended period while students complete their studies. If their project is awarded a fellowship, they must submit evidence of having been awarded the doctorate before the fellowship can begin.
Only one application per laboratory/sponsor will be considered.
Expenses other than fellowship stipends, fringes, and institutional overhead are not funded. Institutional overhead may not exceed 10 percent of the total fellowship award.
The 2019 application deadline is midnight EST on Tuesday, January 15, 2019.
The entire fellowship application is now online. Please do not send any part of your application by mail. All materials must be submitted through the online application.
The Lalor Foundation requires four letters of support: two independent expert reviews, one letter of reference, and one letter of support from the proposed sponsor/mentor. Letters of support must be submitted by the application deadline. Proposals are not complete without these letters. Please plan ahead.
Applications are sent to the members of the scientific review committee by the end of January after having been entered into the database and prepared for review. The trustees receive the committee’s recommendations for ratification at their spring meeting, which is in March or April. Applicants are notified promptly of the trustees’ decision, by mid-April.
Application Instructions: http://lalorfound.org/postdoctoral-fellowship-program/application-instructions/
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online Registration Portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/gma/Common/LogOn.aspx
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