The National Research Service Awards (NRSA) for Individual Predoctoral Fellows provide funding for up to 5 years of research training leading to a doctoral degree in biomedical, behavioral, or health services research. Funding for tuition, fees, health insurance, and research related costs as well as an annual stipend are provided. Search Grants.gov for the most recent NRSA guidelines for Individual Predoctoral Fellowships and Individual Predoctoral Fellowships to Promote Diversity.
Information regarding The University of Texas School of Nursing grant proposal review and approval process may be found in School of Nursing policy S2570 (pdf). Information regarding submission and administration of research grants related to student dissertations may be found in PhD Program Policy D7400 (pdf).
The NRSA timelines for applying are below. Interested parties should verify key dates by checking the specific Requests for Application or Program Announcements.