NSBRI’s First Award Fellowship provides support for academically talented young scientists to conduct space-related biomedical or biotechnological research that aligns with the Institute’s goals. This fellowship offers young scientists the opportunity to manage their own space-related biomedical research project while continuing to learn from an experienced faculty mentor. Read More.
The Career Advancement Award provides funding for investigators who have completed some post-doctoral training, preferably as new tenure-track (or comparable) junior faculty appointees. Eligible applicants will have completed all academic requirements, and/or residency (if applicable) by the beginning of the award period. Read More.
The SMCRTP was implemented within the University of Texas Medical Branch/NASA-JSC Aerospace Medicine Residency Program in 2009 to provide research and training opportunities for aerospace medicine residents early in their careers. Read More.