Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship Opportunities (JSPS)

Status: Open

Program Overview

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), as the funding agency, provides two main types of scientific collaboration fellowships using the NIH as a nominating authority. Intramural Fellowships allow Japanese biomedical and behavioral scientists to conduct research at NIH. Invitation and Postdoctoral Extramural Fellowships allow U.S. (and permanent resident) scientists to conduct cooperative research under their host researchers in Japan.

Research Fellowships in Japan (Extramural)

JSPS conducts fellowship programs for foreign (non-Japanese) researchers to promote international cooperation in and mutual understanding through scientific research in Japan. These programs provide opportunities for U.S. citizen and permanent resident researchers to conduct cooperative research under Japanese host researchers in Japan.

Japanese Researcher Fellowships at NIH (Intramural)

JSPS, in cooperation with Fogarty and the NIH Office of Intramural Research, offers fellowship awards to support meritorious biomedical and behavioral research projects undertaken in NIH laboratories by young Japanese postdoctoral researchers. These researchers must presently be, or have a commitment to be, funded by NIH to conduct research at an NIH Institute.


Tina Chung, MPH
Program Officer
Phone: (301) 496-4784
Email: Tina.Chung@nih.gov


Last Updated: 5/28/2016 12:00 AM