The immunology, imaging, informatics Precision ImmunoMedicine (iPRIME) initiative announces our iPRIME Fellowship Awards. This award will support innovative collaborative projects between students in biological and medical sciences and students in data science. Proposals may budget up to $15,000 and stipend support for one year.
The goal of our iPRIME Fellowship Awards is to facilitate the training of the next generation of scientists and caregivers prepared to apply precision immunomedicine concepts and approaches to their study and care of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD). The iPRIME Fellowship Awards will catalyze collaborations between biological science, medicine, engineering, and data science by providing trainee stipend support and project costs.
Students in the biomedical sciences have submitted proposals, outlining their need to collaborate with students in the data sciences and/or computer sciences. Data science students interested in collaborating should contact Dr. Mike Davis, iPRIME Program Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will pair you with the student whose project is of interest to you for submission of final proposals. The deadline for the paired proposals is June 2nd, 2023.
You can learn more at https://iprime.virginia.edu/iprime-fellowship-awards/