Research Training Grant
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Due: May 1, 2019 for funding to begin early September 2019.

The Education and Training Committee and the Committee to Promote Student Interests are pleased to announce that SPR will once again provide Research Fellowship Training Awards. The award will allow students or postdocs to obtain mentorship/training in psychophysiological assessment/analysis with experts in the field, which they could not get at their home institution. This could involve travel to a remote site or travel expenses for a remote mentor to visit the applicant’s lab. Each applicant may include a budget of up to $5,000.00 U.S. (although smaller budgeted applications are encouraged and would allow for more applications to be funded). Up to $500 of these funds can be used to defray SPR conference travel costs. Applications are short (3-5 pages) but require that applicants, mentors and proposed training sponsors also submit biosketches.

The deadline for applications will be May 1, 2019. Award notices will be sent via email beginning June 1, 2019. If additional funds are available after June 1, 2019, a second application announcement will be made. Award notices will be sent within one month of this second announcement. Awardees will also be recognized at the Saturday Business Luncheon during the annual SPR meeting.

Eligibility: Preference for the award will be given to applicants, their current mentors and their proposed training sponsors who are active members of SPR, or who have a history of affiliation with SPR (e.g., previous membership, attendance at previous SPR meetings). However, all students or postdocs interested in obtaining mentorship/training in psychophysiology are encouraged to apply.

2017 Recipients:

Heather Soder, University of South Florida, USA

Matthias Sperl, University of Marburg, Germany

Martin Hochheimer, University of Würzburg, Germany

Hannah Lawrence, University of Maine, USA

2018 Recipients: 

Huase Lin, University of Toronto, Canada

Christopher Brush, Rutgers University, USA

Mona El-Hout, University of South Florida, USA

Keanan Joyner, Florida State University, USA

Richard Ward, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

Daylin Gongora Lleonart, Cuban Neuroscience Center, Cuba

If you have any issues with submitting the online application below or have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Dr. Daniel Foti
Purdue University, Department of Psychological Sciences
703 Third Street, West Lafayette, IN, 47907
(765) 494-4804

Please download this pdf: APPLICATION FORM

1)Fill out the pdf form, save it, and upload it in the field listed in the application form below. 
2) Fill out the rest of this online form below and submit.


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