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Student Resources

It is important, as an NIH OxCam student, that you have access to all of the information that you need to be successful in the program.  There is a lot of information available here on the website and, for information that is constantly changing or sensitive in some way, we have our SharePoint site as a resource.

For everything else:

Tips for Being a Successful Grad Student

How to succeed in science (Jonathan Yewdell) PDF
Catalyzing the transition from student to scientist (Daniel Isaak, Wayne Hubert)
On being a successful graduate student in the sciences (John Thompson) PDF

Off-Campus Housing Options

  1. FAES Housing (Cypress Ave)
    Contact information:
    Stephanie Conticchio
    Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences, Inc.

  2. Club-PCR Yahoo group
    This post-bac/NIH trainee list-serv has ~10 housing posts every day. You can join the list-serv and post your request or peruse through the old listings
    Joining information:

  3. OITE Resource page:

Postdoctoral Research Opportunities


Science Careers Job Search and GrantsNet - databases of jobs and grants maintained by Science
John E. Fogarty International Center Database - a directory of grants and fellowships in the global health sciences
Biospace - a directory of job opportunities in the biotech and pharmaceutical fields

Academic Opportunities 

Harvard Medical School Office for Postdoctoral Fellows - a list of postdoctoral research opportunities available at Harvard Medical School and affiliated hospitals. 
Beckman Institute Postdoctoral Fellows Program - an opportunity for young scientists to spend several years doing independent scientific research at the University of Illinois

Government Opportunities

Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowships - three years of funding for young scientists who wish to work in foreign laboratories.  
Lawrence Fellowship - three-year fellowships for collaborative, interdisciplinary research in the interest of national security.  
National Institutes of Health - information on postdoctoral fellowships at the NIH
NIH Office of Extramural Research - a comprehensive list of extramural training mechanisms
National Science Foundation - postdoctoral programs funded directly or indirectly through the NSF. 
NHGRI - funding opportunities at the National Human Genome Research Institute
NHLBI - up to five years of funding for both intramural and extramural research through the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 
Navy Microbiology and Navy Biochemistry - jobs in basic and applied research and development in any of 20 global locations
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Fellowships - fellowships in a number of areas relevant to the research done at their field site in Panama. 

Other Sources of Funding

American Association for Cancer Research - offers programs and services that foster the exchange of knowledge and new ideas among scientists dedicated to cancer research, provides training opportunities for the next generation of cancer researchers, and increases public understanding of cancer.
American Psychological Association - Communicates, facilitates, promotes, and represents psychological science and scientists in academic and scientific arenas.
Damon Runyan Fellowship Award - three years of funding for cancer research.  
Epilepsy Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - develops academic physicians and scientists committed to either basic or clinical research related to epilepsy.  Deadline: August
Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Research Fellowship - for postdoctoral research training in all basic biomedical sciences.  
PhRMA Foundation - offers postdoctoral fellowship awards (stipend support) for individuals engaged in a multidisciplinary research training program that will create or extend their credentials in pharmacology or toxicology. 
Sloan Research Fellowship - two years of funding for scientists of outstanding promise.  Nomination is required. 



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This Page Last Updated on March 14, 2018
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