Research Management Group (RMG)

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Fellowships for Science and Engineering

***$875,000 Limited award--an internal selection process is required--assistant professors with PI eligibility within the first three years of their first faculty appointment (see eligibility) with a research focus in the natural and physical sciences or engineering. Disciplines that will be considered include physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, astronomy, computer science, earth science, ocean science, and all branches of engineering.***


Number of Stanford candidates permitted: 2
( see internal submission guidelines )


Timeline:
Internal School of Medicine deadline: Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, 4 p.m.** (see internal submission guidelines below)
Schools to submit top 2 proposals to the Dean of Research Office: Monday, Feb. 24, 2014, 12 noon
Dean of Research Office will submit the nomination Materials to Foundation Relations for President’s signature: March 6, 2014
Nominations to Sponsor: March 14, 2014
Proposals to Sponsor: April 21, 2014
Award notifications: Oct. 2014

Contacts for other schools
Each school will set up it's own internal selection process to determine which top two candidate proposals to forward to the Dean of Research Office. This webpage contains the internal selection process for the School of Medicine (see the internal submission guidelines at the end of this message)

Fellowship guidelines:
The fellowship guidelines can be downloaded from the section "How to get support" located in the right hand column of the following webpage. The guidelines are provided as a reference only. Please see the internal submission guidelines below.
http://www.packard.org/what-we-fund/conservation-and-science/packard-fellowships-for-science-and-engineering/

Stanford has had a recipient each year (2007-2013)
Sponsor's fellowship directory website >>

Amount of funding
$875,000 total over 5 years

Purpose:
These research fellowships are for young faculty in the natural and physical sciences or engineering. The intent of the Fellowship Program is to provide support for unusually creative researches early in their careers; faculty members who are well established and well funded are less likely to receive the award. It is further the intent of the Foundation to emphasize support for innovative individual research that involves the Fellows, their students, and junior colleagues, rather than extensions or components of large-scale, ongoing research programs.


Eligibility

 

internal Selection Process-School of Medicine Faculty

By Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, 4 p.m., please submit the following information (in the order listed below) in one PDF to:

Jeanne Heschele
Research Management Group
jheschele@stanford.edu
Phone: 650-245-2351

1) Title Page

Name of this RFA: The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Fellowships for Science and Engineering
Proposal title:
Name of the PI, title, department, address, phone, email

2) Letter of recommendation printed on your department letterhead signed by either your Division Chief or your Department Chair addressed to Dr. Peter Sarnow and the School of Medicine Awards Committee. This letter should describe first hand knowledge of the nominee's ability to do creative research.

3) Research Statement 3 page total (Limit: 1400 words, 2 pages text, 1 page-references, figures or images) 12-point font, 1-inch margins. Research Statement by nominee on why the research is important, outlining general goals for the next five years. Include general statement of how funds will be spent.

4) 2-3 page CV or biosketch

5) List of ALL support, current and pending. Include sponsor name, term, amount of funding, etc.


Selection Process:

The School of Medicine Awards Committee will select two proposals to be forward to the Dean of Research Office internal review committee for review with proposals submitted from other schools. That committee will select the two applicants to represent Stanford.


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