July 21, 2018

Johnie Murphy Career Investigator Award Awarded by The American Lung Association

The Johnie Murphy Career Investigator Award is a Fellowship sponsored by The American Lung Association.

Information About the Scholarship:

Amount of Fellowship: Maximum – $35000
Application Deadline: 1-October
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must hold a junior faculty position, be making the transition from junior to mid-level faculty status, have less than nine years of faculty experience, and be working in a field relevant to the conquest of lung disease and the promotion of lung health. Preference is given to minority applicants and applicants interested in tobacco control research.
Eligible for: Contact sponsor

Awarded by:

The American Lung Association
61 Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10006
USA
Phone: 212 315 8793

Contact Details:

Medical Affairs Director

Applying for Johnie Murphy Career Investigator Awardname does not have to be a difficult task, if you play your cards correctly. It is crucial that you keep your mind clear and that you don’t rush it. Any puncutation or spelleing that seems out of place will be a red flag. It is very important that you watch what you are doing, and always check over your work when you are finished. For instance, it you end up spelling the name of your college wrongly, or sponsor: The American Lung Associationname , even provide the wrong information for references, it not only diminishes your credibility, but it also annoys the reviewer.

It is important to make you application easy to read. A scholarship application reviewer from Johnie Murphy Career Investigator Awardname, no doubt, must go through thousands of these documents on a yearly basis. That must get very old, very quickly. In addition to that, nothing would drive you crazy more than seeing stupid mistakes on an application. So, if your application is easy to read, without any glaring errors, you’ve already made friends with the reviewer. Reviewers are the gatekeepers, and it is important that you get them on your side.

The American Lung Association