SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant

This SLAS grant facilitates educational opportunities for outstanding students pursuing graduate degrees related to life sciences R&D. This program helps to realize a fundamental tenet of SLAS’s mission: to advance the fields of laboratory science and technology by nurturing the next generation of professional scientists.

SLAS will award one grant (up to $50,000) per year, for a maximum of two years, to qualified educational institutions on behalf of deserving students enrolled in a graduate program at that institution.

Applications for 2023 are now closed.

SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant Timeline

June 23, 2023: Applications Open

November 6, 2023: Application Deadline

January 2024: 2023 Awardee Announced

February 2024: 2023 Award Distributed 

Read or Hear More About the Previous Grant Recipients

2023 winner: Samuel Berryman, Ph.D. candidate

2022 winner: Benjamin David, Ph.D. candidate

2021 winner: David McIntyre, Ph.D. candidate

2020 winner: Ulri Nicole Lee, Ph.D. candidate  

2019 winner: Carine Nemr, Ph.D. 

Questions regarding the SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant Program should be directed to Stephanie Salerno, Ph.D., Program Coordinator, +1-630-256-7527, ext. 120.

Past Grant Recipients

 

Benjamin David, Ph.D.-Cand.

2022 Fellowship Grant winner

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

USA


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David McIntrye, Ph.D.-Cand.

2021 Fellowship Grant winner

Boston University

Boston, MA

USA


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Ulri Nicole Lee, Ph.D.-Cand.

2020 Fellowship Grant winner

University of Washington

Seattle, WA

USA


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Carine Nemr, Ph.D.-Cand.

2019 Fellowship Grant winner

University of Toronto

Toronto, ON

Canada


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Santosh Paidi, Ph.D.

2018 Fellowship Grant winner

Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering

Baltimore, MD

USA


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Julea Vlassakis, D.Phil.

2017 Fellowship Grant winner

University of California Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

USA


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Erik Werner, Ph.D.

2016 Fellowship Grant winner

University of California Irvine

Irvine, CA

USA


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