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We are currently recruiting postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students.

Please contact our Program Coordinator: positions-iub@astrobiology.illinois.edu

 

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NASA Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

The NASA Astrobiology Program element of the NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) provides opportunities for Ph.D. scientists and engineers of unusual promise and ability to perform research on problems largely of their own choosing, yet compatible with the research interests of the NASA Astrobiology Program.

The NASA Postdoctoral Program is administered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). Note that the Astrobiology Program does not participate in every application/award cycle. The next award cycle that the Astrobiology Program will be participating in will be the July 1, 2013 application deadline. For additional information about the program see http://nasa.orau.org/postdoc.

Astrobiology Program NPP Fellows are included in an on-line directory on the Astrobiology Program website and are given access to NASA Astrobiology Institute collaborative tools. Astrobiology Fellows may also act as ‘Ambassadors’ amongst the NAI Teams and/or the ASTID, ASTEP, and Exobiology teams of researchers, and between the Astrobiology Program and the broader scientific community, helping to define and lead the field of astrobiology.

The intent of this program is to develop outstanding early career astrobiology researchers, broaden the scope of Astrobiology Program research, and continue to build and integrate the astrobiology community. Accordingly, priority for selection will be given to applicants whose proposed research is particularly interdisciplinary and/or innovative. Research that involves one or more elements of the Astrobiology Program will also be given priority for selection, as will research that broadens the activities of the Program. Proposals for research that incrementally extend an ongoing projects will be given lower selection priority.