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Join the Office the Office of Graduate Education to discuss the NIH Predoctoral Individual Fellowships (F31 and F31 Diversity). The F-31 is one of the most distinguished honors a young scholar can receive, and it sets up a pathway for future NIH funding at the postdoctoral and professorial levels. But applying to the NIH F-31 is a multi-layer process that requires understanding how to navigate the multiple institutes within the NIH, contacting program officers, securing a faculty mentor, and other components. This session is the first step in that process. 

This event is virtual - come either in FA 2.206 or over Teams - register at

Target Audience: Doctoral students planning to conduct dissertation research in National Institutes of Health-relevant areas.  This session focuses on funding opportunities for predoctoral students with the potential to develop into productive, independent research scientists.

NOTE: Eligibility for NIH individual fellowships is limited to individuals who are U.S. citizens, U.S. non-citizen nationals, and U.S. permanent residents at the time of award.

Founders Annex (FA), 2.206
800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas 75080-3021

Graduate Education


Beth Keithly

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