|For the 2022-2024 Application Cycle, the Human Health and Community Resilience track goal focuses on contributing to the advancement of health equity in the Gulf of Mexico region or Alaska by considering the effects of climate change on social determinants of health.|
Term: 24 months, June 1, 2022 – May 31, 2024
- Hold a permanent position in industry, academia, or a research organization.
- Be an early-career scientist.
- Hold a doctoral degree relevant to the charge of the Gulf Research Program.
- Be affiliated with a non-federal U.S. institution.
- Not be currently employed by the U.S. federal government.
Fellows will receive $75,000 to use for research-related expenses, including equipment purchases, professional travel, professional development courses, trainee support, salary, or any other costs directly related to the fellow’s research. The use of these funds for any other expenses requires pre-approval from the Gulf Research Program.