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Institutional Research Training Grants

ORIP offers Institutional Research Training Grants to encourage veterinarians to consider a career in biomedical research. Awards are made directly to veterinary schools and other research institutions that are in a position to provide advanced training in comparative medicine or comparative pathology. The Postdoctoral Program for Veterinarians (T32 [funding opportunities]) trains highly qualified veterinarians for research careers in biomedical areas related to comparative medicine. The research accomplished under this training program should provide the trainee with the necessary tools to successfully compete for independent grant funding (often a K01 [funding opportunities] or K99 [funding opportunities]). The Summer Programs for Veterinary Students (T35 [funding opportunities]) provide research training experiences for selected veterinary students for periods of 2 to 3 months. The objective is to attract highly qualified veterinary students to biomedical and biobehavioral research. Further information can be found in the relevant notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) originally published in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts or the Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM) Program Guidelines.

US Map with T32 and T35 awarded states highlighted


Postdoctoral Program for Veterinarians (T32)
Summer Programs for Veterinary Students (T35)
No awards
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For more information on Alabama's T35 program, see Mississippi's T35 program.

List of States by Institutional Award

Click on an award type below, then select a state to view all of the associated institutions.
Institutional Training Awards: Postdoctoral Program for Veterinarians (T32)
Institutional Training Awards: Summer Programs for Veterinary Students (T35)