PARASITIC DISEASE RESEARCH IN P.R. CHINA - FOR U.S. SCIENTISTS

John M. Hawdon hawdonjm at maspo1.mas.yale.edu
Fri Nov 1 15:16:36 EST 1996


FUNDING OPPORTUNITY FOR PARASITIC DISEASE RESEARCH
IN P.R. CHINA - FOR U.S. SCIENTISTS


Through an NIH-funded Tropical Medicine Research Center Grant, funds are 
available for U.S. scientists who wish to pursue 4 to 8 month research 
projects in the People's Republic of China. U.S. scientists will have 
opportunities to use the Institute of Parasitic Diseases (Chinese
Academy of Preventive Medicine) in Shanghai, as well as provincial institutes 
as their base of operation. Up to U.S. $ 18,000 will be provided for 
scientists to spend between 4 to 8 months conducting research.  Funds will be 
used to cover salary, housing and supplies.U.S. scientists at the 
post-doctoral to full professor level will be considered.  This is an 
excellent opportunity for conducting university sabbatical research.

For further information contact either

Prof.  George Davis, Ph.D.
Pilsbry Chair of Malacology
Academy of Natural Sciences
Tel. 215-299-1132
fax. 215-299-1170

 or 

Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D.
Medical Helminthology Laboratory
Depts.  Pediatrics and Epidemiology
Yale University School of Medicine
Tel. 203-737-2749
fax. 203-785-7552

email:  hotez at biomed.med.yale.edu



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