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Blood Research Institute postdoc fellows

Postdoc Awards

These awards continue the Blood Research Institute’s legacy of excellence.

Grants Management

Tina Koplinski

Director of Research Administration
Email 414-937-6355

Named Fellowships

These awards continue the Blood Research Institute’s legacy of excellence and learning by recruiting and retaining the best and brightest individuals to our research program. These fellowships will be awarded throughout the postdoctoral fellow’s tenure. Duration: 1-2 years

Director’s Fellowship Award

Established in 2011 by J. Scott and Genevieve Harkness.

Research Focus: Unrestricted

  • Mechanism: Salary supplement intended to help attract postdoctoral fellows
  • Amount: $12k over 2 years
  • Eligibility: Postdoctoral fellow
  • Citizenship: Unrestricted
  • Current Recipients: Alyssa Moroi, Ph.D.; Ryan Zander, Ph.D.; Melissa Lee-Sundlov, Ph.D.

The Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Fellowship

Established in 2014 through a gift from the Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Charitable Trust.

  • Research Focus: Immunology
  • Mechanism: Stipend
  • Amount: $30k/year
  • Eligibility: Postdoctoral fellow
  • Citizenship: Unrestricted
  • Current Recipient: Gang Xin, Ph.D.

Gallagher Fellowship

Established in 2014 by numerous supporters of the BRI in honor of Richard Gallagher's many years of service to Versiti.

  • Research Focus: Unrestricted
  • Mechanism: Recruiting bonus
  • Amount: Varies based on recipient’s qualifications
  • Eligibility: Postdoctoral fellow
  • Citizenship: Unrestricted
  • Current Recipient: Anna Strzepa, Ph.D.

Fellowship Expectations

In addition to reporting requirements, fellows and mentors are expected to participate in meetings and tours with benefactors, advisory board members and program officials, as requested.

Required Application Documents

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Brief description of recent research
  • Statement of future research objectives

Submit documents electronically to postdoc@bcw.edu.

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