The purpose of this grant is for recipients to obtain research experience in an institution/laboratory outside of their home country, as well as in a lab which they are not currently in, for a 4-8 week period, as well as to support attendance at SRI's Annual Meeting.
TYPICAL SUBMISSION PERIOD: January-March
The objective of the grant is to support the development of scientists and clinicians in the field of women’s health. Funding is to support the education and research endeavors of these individuals.
FOCUS AREA: Novel treatment options and complex in vitro (e.g. organ-on-chip, organoids etc.) and in vivo models.
TYPICAL SUBMISSION PERIOD: Fall/Winter
For all SRI grants, applicants must have held consistent SRI membership for at least one year prior to the grant deadline. Questions on eligibility to can be sent to the SRI Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reproductive Scientist Development Program (RSDP) provides career development support for obstetricians and gynecologists who are committed to a basic science career in academic medicine and research. The areas of interests covered by the program are broadly defined, with emphasis in cell and molecular biology as applied to problems in reproductive endocrinology, genetics, maternal-fetal medicine, oncology, infectious disease, or other aspects of reproduction.
SRI is pleased to partner in 2021 with the March of Dimes (MOD) in the creation of reviewer panels for MOD’s two grant programs: the Basil O’Connor Starter Scholar Awards for early investigators, and Independent Investigator Research Grants. SRI Members have the opportunity to review for either of the programs, and will be acknowledged for their work. For more information, please contact SRI Executive Director, Leah Miller.