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Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program (USA | biomedical sciences | diversity)

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The Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) supports outstanding basic researchers in the USA, including physician-scientists, who have strong potential to become leaders in their fields and to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion through their mentoring efforts and understanding of systemic exclusion and marginalization in science of trainees from different backgrounds. Applicants must be on their first post-training position and began a tenure-track (or equivalent) faculty position on or after March 1, 2020, or have accepted an offer for a tenure-track (or equivalent) position that will begin no later than March 1, 2025.Scholars are appointed to a five-year term, renewable for a second five-year term after a successful progress evaluation. Each Scholar receives up to $8.6 million over the ten-year period, including full salary, benefits, a research budget, and scientific equipment (no indirect costs). They also participate in professional development to advance their leadership and mentoring skills. 

Applications close on May 15, 2024.

Full application due:
May 15, 2024

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