Research and Training Opportunities at NIMBioS
Applications are now being accepted for the NIMBioS/BioQUEST Workshop: Biology by Numbers: Bringing Math to the High School Biology Classroom, to be held July 20-22, 2015, at NIMBioS. The program will feature hands-on experience with activities that use real data, tools for graphing, modeling, and much more. The University of Tennessee's popular Biology in a Box will supply some of the activities integrating math and science. The workshop will be led by the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium, a biology education reform community that focuses on helping faculty develop and implement innovative curricula. Application deadline: June 5, 2015 Click here for a descriptive flyer. For more information about the workshop click here.
Call for Applications: Modern Math Workshop
As part of the Mathematical Sciences Collaborative Diversity Initiatives, nine mathematics institutes are pleased to host their annual pre-conference event, the 2015 Modern Math Workshop (MMW), on Oct. 28-29, 2015, in Washington, DC. The Workshop immediately precedes the 2015 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science ( SACNAS) annual meeting, Oct. 29-31. The Modern Math Workshop is intended to encourage minority undergraduates to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and to assist undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhD's in building their research networks. The Modern Math Workship begins with registration at noon on Wednesday, October 28 and ends at noon on Thursday, October 29.
The Modern Math Workshop presents 2 mini-courses for undergraduates and talks related to the research programs at the math institutes that would be of interest to graduate students and early career researchers.
Most participants attending this workshop are supported by SACNAS as part of the SACNAS National Conference. To apply for funding from SACNAS, please go to www.tinyurl.com/SACNAS-travel-scholarships. If you receive a notice from SACNAS that you are expected to attend the Modern Math Workshop (MMW), you will also be receiving a notice from us with a link for registration for MMW.
There is funding available directly from MMW to fund attendance at MMW and SACNAS. Priority for these funds will be given to minority graduate students and early career researchers. Applications will be via MathProgram.org.
Application deadline: July 31, 2015.
For more information, visit http://www.msri.org/workshops/789.
Apply now for the Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013+ Workshop: Education for the Planet Earth of Tomorrow, to be held September 30 – October 2, 2015, at NIMBioS.
Applications will be accepted until all slots are filled.
For more information about the workshop and how to apply click here.
NIMBioS considers applications for postdoctoral scholarship two times per year, with deadlines on September 1 and December 11. We are particularly interested in requests to support research that integrates diverse fields, requires synthesis at multiple scales, and/or makes use of or requires development of new mathematical/computational approaches. Complete the online application and submit a brief project description, references, and CV following the guidelines available at http://www.nimbios.org/postdocs/.
Requests for NIMBioS support for Working Groups, Investigative Workshops, and Sabbatical Fellows are considered two times per year, with deadlines on March 1 and September 1. Requests for Short-term Visits are considered at any time, but applications should be submitted a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the proposed visit date. All areas of research at the interface of biology and mathematics will be considered, but we are especially interested in activities expanding beyond the areas of research supported to date. Potential organizers of activities in areas of molecular biology, cell biology, network biology, immunology and systems biology are particularly encouraged to submit requests for support of Working Groups or Investigative Workshops.
NIMBioS hosts short-term supported visitors and self-supported visitors to assist their efforts in carrying out research that conforms to the mission of NIMBioS to foster research at the interface between mathematics and biology. Visitors will work on-site at NIMBioS and may link this visit with a Working Group or other activity at NIMBioS. Visit requests are considered at any time, but applications should be submitted a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the proposed visit date.
NIMBioS is pleased to offer fellowships for visits to NIMBioS for up to several months by graduate students interested in pursuing research with NIMBioS senior personnel, postdoctoral fellows or working group participants. The program is designed to facilitate graduate student training while fostering research at the interface of mathematics and biology. For more information about the fellowship and how to apply, click here.