This new program is designed for early career faculty whose research and expertise align with the IGI’s scientific strategy to advance human health using precision genomics. The IGI will select one SKCF Faculty Scholar each year for the next four years.
Faculty in the first three years of their career at UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, Stanford, and UC Davis are eligible to apply. A $179K award will provide support over two years for postdoc and/or graduate student stipends, supplies, equipment, and other related expenses. Apply by April 30th. More information is available here.
We encourage the development and application of next-generation genome engineering technology and wish to combine resources and expertise whenever possible. To achieve this goal, the IGI is actively seeking new members through partnerships with scientists from both academic institutions and the biotechnology industry to add to our ongoing collaborations with academic and commercial partners. If you have an innovative idea for a collaborative project and that will complement our current portfolio, please email [email protected] or look for an upcoming IGI request for proposals in your area of expertise.
IGI Postdoctoral Fellowships provide financial support for promising postdoctoral researchers to pursue exciting research projects in cutting-edge genomic engineering.
Read about our first IGI Postdoctoral Fellow's project here.
IGI Entrepreneurial Fellowships enable accomplished, entrepreneurial-minded researchers to make substantial contributions to the biotech economy by catalyzing the translation and commercialization of innovative research for practical benefit.
Learn all about our 2017 IGI EFP awardees here.
The IGI periodically requests proposals in research areas of particular interest. Qualified Principal Investigators will be invited to propose relevant projects via an online application process.