2013-09-11 20:43:24 UTC

More Investigators Now Eligible for Research Awards

Sept. 19, 2013

The eligibility requirements for the AGA Research Foundation's career development awards were recently expanded. Now, junior faculty who completed fellowship or PhD training up to seven years ago are eligible to apply.

The eligibility requirements for the AGA Research Foundation's career development awards, which are intended to help young investigators develop independent research careers, were recently expanded. The awards were previously open to junior faculty who completed fellowship or PhD training within the past five years. Now, researchers who finished training up to seven years ago are eligible to apply.

Upcoming awards affected by the eligibility change include:

Applications for all research awards are available for download on the AGA website.

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