Bruce Witte Fellowship
The Bruce Witte Research Fellowship was established in 2000 through the generosity of Paul and Janine Witte, Co-Founders of the Hepatitis B Foundation.
This research fellowship is intended to encourage a beginning scientist to use their skills and training for hepatitis B research. It will provide salary support for up to three years for a young faculty level scientist in the Hepatitis B Foundation's labs.
Summary of Benefits and Award Terms
- Salary support, renewable each year up to a total of three years,
with the understanding that additional funds may be necessary
to supplement the salary support (either from the Foundation or
other extramural sources).
- Fellows must have received a Ph.D. (or equivalent doctoral training,
such as a D.Phil.) from an accredited graduate program to qualify
for consideration of this award.
- This award begins July 1 for a period of up to three years,
subject to satisfactory annual progress reports and availability
of Foundation funds.
- The Fellow will work in the Hepatitis B Foundation's research lab and will be supervised by the Foundation's Chief Scientific Advisor and/or designated appointee.