2019 COLD SPRING HARBOR COURSE PROGRAM SPONSORSHIP

Major Program Support:
Helmsley Charitable Trust        Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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Program Scholarship Support:
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
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Individual Course Support (Federal Agencies):

National Cancer Institute National Human Genome Research Institute
National Institute of Child Health Human Development National Science Foundation
National Institute on Drug Abuse Office of Naval Research
National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Individual Course Support (Private Foundations):

American Brain Tumor Association Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation
Burroughs Wellcome Fund Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Lustgarten Foundation Stanley Foundation

Supplies & Equipment (2017):

AB SCIEX LLC; Agilent Technologies Inc.; ALA Scientific Instruments; A-Systems; Andor Technology; Applied Precision; Applied Scientific Instrumentation Inc.; Berthold Technologies USA, LLC; BioLegend; Bioline USA; Bio-Rad Laboratories; BioTeck; BioVision; Bitplane; Carl Zeiss Inc.; Charles River Laboratories Inc.; Chroma Technology Corporation; Clontech; Coherent Laser; ConOptics; Covaris, Inc.; CrystaLaser; Crystalgen Inc.; Dage-MTI; Diagenode; Drummond Scientific Company; eBioscience; Electron Microscopy Science; Eppendorf North America; Fotodyne Inc.; GE Healthcare; Hamamatsu Photonic Systems; Hampton Research; Harlan; Harvard Apparatus Inc.; Heka Instruments; Hellma USA Inc.; Illumina Inc.; Integrated DNA Technologies; Invitrogen; Kapa Biosystems; Kinetic Systems, Inc.; Lafayette Instrument; Leica Biosystems Inc.; Leica Microsystems Inc.; Life Technologies; LI-COR; Lonza Pharma-Bioscience Solutions; Luigs & Neumann; Mightex; Millipore Corporation; Miltenyi Biotec Inc.; Molecular Devices; Nanodrop Technologies; NanoTemper Technologies; Narishige International USA Inc.; Nasco; Neta Scientific; New England Biolabs Inc.; Newport Corporation; Nikon Inc.; Nonlinear Dynamics; NSK America Corporation; Olympus America Inc.; Parkell; PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences; Photometrics; Pressure Biosciences; Prior Scientific; Promega Corporation; Qiagen Inc.; Rapp Optoelectronic GmbH; RedShirt Imaging LLC; Roche Applied Science; Roche Nimblegen; Sage Science Inc.; Sakura Finetek USA Inc.; Santa Cruz Biotechnology Inc.; Scientifica Ltd.;  SciGene; Singer Instruments; SONY Biotechnology Inc.; Spectra-Physics Lasers Inc.; Spectral Applied Research; Stemgent; Sutter Instruments; Taconic Farms; Tecan US, Inc.; The Jackson Laboratory; The Mathworks Inc.; Thermo Fisher Scientific; Thor Labs; Tokai Hit; Tonbo Biosciences; TotalLab LTD; Vector Laboratories Inc.; Warner Instruments; Waters Corporation; World Precision Instruments; Zymo Research Corporation



Fellowships, Scholarships & Financial Aid

The following fellowships and scholarships are available for all courses and to all applicants (both U.S. and international), subject to individual eligibility. To be considered, submit a short financial aid request letter with your course application materials that describes your eligibility for the awards you wish to apply for. Please be sure to read through all the information here, as different funding agencies may require specific information in the financial aid request.

  • Helmsley Fellowships: If your formal scientific training is primarily outside biology (e.g. your undergraduate degree is in computer science, physics, math, or engineering), you may be eligible for a Helmsley Fellowship and, if selected into the course you're applying to, may be provided with funds representing 51-100% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above).

  • Helmsley Scholarships: If you have formal training in the biosciences but are new to the subfield covered by the course you're applying to, you may be eligible for a Helmsley Scholarship. If selected into the course, the Helmsley Scholarship will cover 31-50% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above).

  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute Support: HHMI funds cover 10-30% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above).

  • Regeneron Scholars Program: This program provides scholarships to researchers from under-resourced universities, medical schools, and private institutions from both the U.S. and overseas. Regeneron Scholars will receive 35-65% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above) and may be invited to participate in future academic events hosted by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. To be considered, please include in your financial aid request one paragraph (150-250 words) outlining the relevance of your research to solving global unmet biomedical and/or life science needs, and how you anticipate enrollment in the course will help accelerate your research to that end.

The following sources of financial aid are available only for specific courses and to specific applicants. Please check the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above) to see which agencies and/or foundations support the course you're applying for, and read through all the information here to determine your eligibility. To be considered for an award, submit a short financial aid request letter with your course application materials that describes your eligibility for the sources you wish to apply for.

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH): You may be eligible to receive a partial NIH award if you are a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or are based in a U.S. laboratory, and the course you're applying to is at least partially supported by the NIH. If selected into the course, you may be provided with financial aid representing 10-30% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above).

  • National Science Foundation (NSF): You may be eligible to receive a partial NSF award if you are a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or are based in a U.S. laboratory, and the course you're applying to is at least partially supported by the NSF. If selected into the course, you may be provided with financial aid representing 10-30% of the tuition enrollment fee posted on the main course webpage (the Welcome tab above).

  • International Brain Research Organization (IBRO): IBRO Fellowship support is available for scientists from developing nations or U.S. minority-serving institutions who are accepted into neuroscience summer courses. See the IBRO FAQ for details. Eligible CSHL courses include Drosophila Neurobiology, Advanced Techniques in Molecular Neuroscience, Imaging Structure & Function in the Nervous System, Ion Channels in Synaptic & Neural Circuit Physiology, Neural Data Analysis, Neuroscience of Addiction, and Vision.

  • Individual Foundations: Additional aid may be available for eligible trainees enrolled in courses supported by private foundations, subject to stated financial need.