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Fellowship for geneticists shows different aspects of science policy

The Genetics & Public Policy Fellowship, sponsored by The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) and the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), is three science policy fellowships in one. The 16-month program offers rotations with the Policy and Program Analysis Branch at NHGRI, a congressional office or committee, and the science policy office at… Read More »

FASEB launches survey on shared research resources

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) launched a survey of researchers’ experiences with shared research resources. Responses are requested from resource users and providers in the United States by March 2. The questions in this 10-15 minutes survey focus on the following topics: (1) resource utilization and unmet needs; (2) the role… Read More »

Opportunity for early career researchers to develop advocacy skills

Applications are now being accepted for the American Physiological Society’s Early Career Advocacy Fellowship, a two-year program that engages early career investigators in advocacy activities while they continue in their current careers. Fellows receive regular emails on science policy issues from APS, participate in Capitol Hill visits, and actively participate in at least one project… Read More »