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The early career fellows will be funded for two years, receiving formal training as nurse scientists to further their development as independent researchers, along with the opportunity to be nurtured and mentored as potential faculty members of the School of Nursing. Fellows will receive competitive stipends and support for pilot research and professional travel.
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