Deadline Extended: Fischell Institute/IBBR Travel Fellowship

Deadline Extended: Fischell Institute/IBBR Travel Fellowship

Deadline Extended: Fischell Institute/IBBR Travel Fellowship

The University of Maryland Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices and the Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology (IBBR) have extended the application deadline for their joint travel fellowship to May 1, 2022.

The goal of this program is to support the success of scholars whose projects align with the shared missions of IBBR and the Fischell Institute toward the translation of basic scientific and engineering research into innovative solutions to biomedical challenges. This fellowship is available to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working with IBBR/REFI mentors.

The semi-annual fellowship will provide up to $5,000 toward: fees and travel expenses to present at scientific/engineering conferences and attend relevant professional development workshops.

The candidate’s application will be reviewed and evaluated for its alignment with the IBBR and REFI missions and potential to enhance the applicant’s education. Applications for the Fischell Institute/IBBR Travel Fellowship are now due May 1, 2022. Applications will be evaluated by the award committee and awarded within four weeks. Generally, one fellowship will be awarded during each cycle. An individual may receive the fellowship twice during their tenure with the Fischell Institute/IBBR, but not in consecutive cycles.

Related Articles:
Katz Named ACM Fellow
Aerospace Engineering Ph.D. Student Receives NDSEG Fellowship Award
Bioengineering Ph.D. Student Named to Aviation Week’s 20 Twenties
Mehr Gift Establishes Two Funds at UMD
Schizophrenia drug monitoring device research featured on IEEE Sensors Letters cover
Yao, Yang Receive Education Award from the American Chemical Society Division of Agrochemicals
Muro, IBBR Faculty Awarded Maryland Innovation Initiative Grants
Liu, Xue Recognized for Scholarly Excellence

April 7, 2022


Prev   Next

Current Headlines

Ph.D. Student Receives Best Paper Award at VFS 80th Annual Forum

Maryland Engineering: Top 10 Among Public Graduate Programs, Six Years Running

Registration Open for UMD/NFPA Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem Symposium

Teaching Students Specialized Skills for Success

Boyce Highlights Promise of Soft Composites

Maryland Engineering to Highlight Educational Advances at the 2024 ASEE Annual Conference

UMD Roundtable Weighs Lessons Learned From Key Bridge Collapse

Innovating in Engineering Education: Join Us at the 2024 ASEE Annual Conference

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar