Now, we are open for the JFGE grant FY2015
2014/12/19 – 2015/1/14 (only acceptable by MAIL)
If you consider applying for our grant program, please follow the guidance page below carefully.
At first, if you are Non-Japanese organizations, please check this quiz!
A Guide to JFGE Grant Request (PDF 872KB)
Then, more specific information is provided through A Guide to JFGE Grant Request. ( FY2015 information is opened now, so please check it. )
- All application forms for JFGE should to be written in Japanese.
- Some vocabularies on this website have been revised from last year’s;
i.e. representative = agent
- Japanese agent is necessary when applicants want to apply for JFGE Grant, so please find the agent by applicant. Fluent Japanese skill is needed for the agent. The agent’s work is to contact to JFGE, and transfer grant on behalf of the recipient.
Delivery System Science Fellowship
The AcademyHealth Delivery System Science Fellowship (DSSF) provides a paid post-doctoral learning experience to help researchers gain more applied experience conducting research in delivery system settings. Students and researchers with an interest in conducting research in delivery system settings are encouraged to apply.
The 2015 application cycle is now open. To begin the 2015 application process, please complete the Intent to Apply. Once the Intent to Apply form is received, candidates will receive a confirmation email with a link to the full application, which requires a writing sample, CV, statement of interest, and two letters of support. Please note that all application materials must be submitted by January 11, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
"There were several reasons why I applied for DSSF. AcademyHealth provides the best opportunity for me to continue my research in health disparities, all of the host sites are prestigious health care organizations, and I have always been interested in additional training in embedded research. The DSSF Fellowship is a perfect match."
- Jia Pu, Delivery System Science Fellow. Host Site: Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute
The Cochrane Collaboration Complementary Medicine Field is pleased to announce our 2014 bursary scheme made possible through funds from the US National Institutes of Health, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. The purpose of this bursary scheme is to ensure that reviews relevant to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) are completed and published in the Cochrane Library.
The bursary scheme will fund two review proposals in the amount of $5,000 USD. The funding must be paid directly to the individual bursary recipient; it cannot be paid to the recipient’s institution.
- The review must be registered with a Cochrane Review Group, and the relevant protocol/review must already be published in the Cochrane Library;
- the topic of the review must relate to CAM (see scope in Call for Applications); and
- bursaries will be targeted to reviews for which substantial progress has already been made and whose completion has been stalled due to a lack of funding.
Completed application forms should be e-mailed to Susan Wieland by 26 January 2015. Forms sent by postal delivery or fax will not be accepted. Successful candidates will be notified by 6 February 2015. Funds will be distributed to successful applicants in a single installment, after the award notification. Funds must be paid to the individual recipients of the bursary, and not to their institutions.
For more information (e.g., the assessment criteria, additional details about eligibility and application procedures), please see the full Call for Applications and Application Form.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2013 CAM Field bursary scheme awards:
– Yuri Jadotte, for the Cochrane Skin Group review ‘Complementary and alternative medicine treatments for atopic eczema’
- Nicole Skoetz, for the Cochrane Haematological Malignancies Group review ‘Yoga for haematological malignancies’
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