US-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences NIH Visiting Fellowships Program

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The US-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences NIH Visiting Fellows Program (the Program) is implemented to engage the NIH intramural research program in the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission that was announced by Presidents Obama and Medvedev aimed at increasing U.S.-Russia collaborations in health research. The Program is being supported in part through the U.S.-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences, a public-private partnership of the Foundation for the NIH (FNIH). •Must be a Russian citizen or permanent resident •Must have a PhD ( at the time of application. Applicants may hold an MD in addition to the PhD, but an MD degree alone does NOT make one eligible to apply. •Applicants must have no more than 5 years of relevant research experience since completion of their last doctoral degree •Applicants already working in the United States are not eligible •Individuals who previously trained at the NIH are not eligible (excludes short-term visits and training courses) •Must have a written commitment of support from an investigator in the NIH IRP

US-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences NIH Visiting Fellowships Program

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

The US-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences NIH Visiting Fellows Program (the Program) is implemented to engage the NIH intramural research program in the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission that was announced by Presidents Obama and Medvedev aimed at increasing U.S.-Russia collaborations in health research. The Program is being supported in part through the U.S.-Russia Collaboration in the Biomedical Sciences, a public-private partnership of the Foundation for the NIH (FNIH). •Must be a Russian citizen or permanent resident •Must have a PhD ( at the time of application. Applicants may hold an MD in addition to the PhD, but an MD degree alone does NOT make one eligible to apply. •Applicants must have no more than 5 years of relevant research experience since completion of their last doctoral degree •Applicants already working in the United States are not eligible •Individuals who previously trained at the NIH are not eligible (excludes short-term visits and training courses) •Must have a written commitment of support from an investigator in the NIH IRP

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