2012 Jogayle Howard Post-Doctoral Fellowship In Feild Reproduction

Jogayle Howard Revocable Trust is inviting fellowships for Post-Doctoral Research embodied JoGayle Howard’s career – enthusiasm, passion, hard work and absolute dedication to high quality science. Research will be in the area of felid reproductive biology, veterinary health and/or nutrition (or a combination). A Ph.D. and/or D.V.M. are required. Serious candidates must have a strong interest in the study of felids and a background in reproductive physiology. Students of Washington DC can apply for this fellowship. The duration of award is two years. The deadline for applications is 1 October 2012.

Study Subject(s): Fellowships will be awarded in the field of Post-Doctoral Research embodied JoGayle Howard’s career – enthusiasm, passion, hard work and absolute dedication to high quality science. Research will be in the area of felid reproductive biology, veterinary health and/or nutrition (or a combination).
Course Level: Fellowship is available for Postdoctoral level of study.
Scholarship Provider: Jogayle Howard Revocable Trust
Scholarship can be taken at: Washington DC

Eligibility: A Ph.D. and/or D.V.M. are required. Serious candidates must have a strong interest in the study of felids and a background in reproductive physiology. We are considering only highly motivated candidates with outstanding communication skills (written and verbal) and evidence of working effectively with partners.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Students of Washington DC can apply for this fellowship.

Scholarship Description: The Department of Reproductive Sciences, Center for Species Survival of the Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) is proud to announce the availability of the JoGayle Howard Post-Doctoral Fellowship. This training opportunity for women honors the life and pioneering research of Dr. JoGayle Howard who made significant contributions to understanding the reproductive biology of endangered species, especially wild felids.

Number of award(s):  Not Known

Duration of award(s): The duration of award is two years.

What does it cover? The fellow will be working in a strong team environment with the opportunity for travel. A modest research allowance will be provided. This 2-year position (with an optional third year) has an annual stipend of $45,000.

Selection criteria: Not Known

Notification: Not Known

How to Apply: Applicants should submit a curriculum vita with at least three reference contacts and a cover letter of interest to David Wildt, Center for Species Survival, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, 1500 Remount Road, Front Royal, VA 22630 or via email attachments to wildtd-at-si.edu.

Scholarship Application Deadline: The deadline for applications is 1 October 2012.

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