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NINR Graduate Partnership Project

The National Institute of Nursing Research is accepting applications until December 1 for their 2016 Graduate Partnership Project. The DPP is a research training opportunity that combines academics with NIH-level research; it is designed specifically for PhD students who have completed their required coursework. Research is completed with in NIH labs or world-reknowned scientists. GPP fellows can also experience a wide array of opportunities for education, career and networking. GPP fellows receive financial support along with a variety of other benefits for three years while completing research.

For more information and to apply, visit their website here.


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