More information on the senior fellowship program can be found in the NIH Kirschstein-NRSA Senior Fellows (F33) program announcement available on the NIH Web site at https://gov/training/- fellowships.
NIH recognizes the critical importance of training clinicians to become researchers and encourages them to apply. Foreign training may require additional administrative reviews and will be considered for funding only when the scientific advantages are clear.(There is no obligation or commitment by either the Federal agency or the fellow for future employment upon termination of the fellowship.) Support provided for Federal fellows is similar to those at non-Federal sponsoring institutions; stipends, tuition (when applicable), and institutional allowance are provided.However, the administration and payment of these fellowships is unique. D., or equivalent doctoral degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution.When at an NIH laboratory, the employee's supervisor must disassociate himself/herself from the review and award process.
An individual at NIH or another Federal laboratory who is supported under an individual fellowship may not also hold an employee position with the Federal Government.