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a grant that funds postdoctoral study or research

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For Arquiza, completing his postdoctorate degree is not yet the end but a new beginning to pursue another field of science still being developed at Cornell for future use in Space Exploration: Computational Science and Engineering.
The unique missions of the US Army Veterinary Corps create another need for postdoctorate training.
Purpose: Now a national model for recruitment, retention and success of historically underrepresented students in STEM with support through postdoctorate, producing a body of culturally and racially diverse graduates.
Postdoctorate degree in Engineering by the University of Aveiro, Portugal Adjunct Professor of Production Engineering at Federal University of Grande do Norte, Brazil
doctorate and an 18-semester-hour postdoctorate from the University of
Members of Flinn's research team include Davide Ponzi, now a postdoctorate at the University of Chicago, and Michael Muehlenbein, associate professor of anthropology at Indiana University.
1) For the first-named author, fieldwork and archival research was possible due to support from the Australian Research Council in the form of an Australian Postdoctorate Fellowship (DP0773307-2008-2011).
Dr Connolly-Andersen is a postdoctorate fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Clinical Microbiology, Umea University.
from the University of Southern California and spent two years as a postdoctorate fellow at Carnegie Mellon University.
He said the biggest human attrition in research came between PhD and postdoctorate level when 80% of people were lost--a problem in developed countries but a real crisis in developing ones where the human resource pool was much smaller.
The entries are divided by undergraduate, graduate students, and professional/ postdoctorate funding.
C), which he cofounded in 1995 - the nation's first licensed and accredited university to issue postdoctorate degrees in integrative and physiatric medicine.
In A Guide to Surviving Academia: Navigating the Rites of Passage (2011), the editors Emily Lenning, Sara Brighton, and Susan Caringella do not consider the postdoctorate an integral step in their sketch of the academic lifespan.
Successful candidates at the graduate and postdoctorate levels can expand career goals by participating in research activities; interacting with scientists from NRL, other laboratories and academia; participating in scientific conferences and seminars; and publishing research results.
Harris, PhD OT, is a postdoctorate fellow at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and an assistant professor at McMaster University, School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.