NORTH AMERICAN HAIR RESEARCH SOCIETY
MENTORSHIP GRANT PROGRAM
Scientists-in-Training – Dermatology & Pathology Residents
Dermatopathology Fellows – Junior Faculty
DESCRIPTION: Grants up to $3,000 each can be awarded to scientists-in-training, dermatology or pathology residents, dermatopathology fellows, or junior faculty to enable study with a hair research mentor. It is required that either the mentor or the applicant must be a member of the North American Hair Research Society.
PURPOSE: To enable young physicians and scientists to acquire additional academic or research skills that will further their careers as leaders in hair research. Note that the focus of the program is on establishing a mentoring relationship, and not a specific research project.
TIME PERIOD: March - February
APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications must include:
- Completed application form.
- Budget outlining expenses to be incurred (up to a maximum of $3000).
- Statement of purpose
- Curriculum vitae.
- A letter from the proposed mentor to include a statement of willingness to provide the time necessary for this mentorship, any significant and pertinent details of the planned mentorship, and a specific mention of whether the time frame and budget are appropriate for the proposed mentorship.
- A letter from the department chair attesting to the applicant's character and potential to benefit from the mentorship.
POST-MENTORSHIP REPORT: A one page written report by the applicant summarizing the experience and what was learned is required after the mentorship has been completed, along with a photo of the mentee and mentor together (if possible) – for possible publication on the NAHRS website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Completed applications must be received by November 30, for awards to be announced in February the following year.
After we receive your application we will contact you within 48 hours. If you have not heard from us within that time frame, please follow-up regarding your application at mentorship@NAHRS.org.
This program is supported by grants from:
Bosley and Johnson & Johnson Consumer & Personal Products Worldwide
and sponsored by the North American Hair Research Society.