Education & Training: Fellowships

Regula Herzog Young Investigators Fund

The A. Regula Herzog Young Investigators Fund of the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan was established by the students, colleagues and friends of Regula Herzog to honor her as a mentor for young investigators and as a survey researcher of older populations. The goals of the Fund are to support the research and training activities of junior researchers at the Survey Research Center, with a special preference given to women and to those who are engaged in research on older populations.


Junior researchers, including Research Assistant Scientists, Research Investigators, Research Assistant Professors, Faculty Research Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows and Predoctoral Students are eligible. Applicants must be affiliated with the Survey Research Center or one of its projects.

Form and Scope of Awards

The Herzog Fund will make one or more awards of up to $8,000.

Allowable expenses may include research supplies and services, conference expenses, training opportunities, travel (related to conferences, workshops and training or to support research collaborations across institutions), and memberships in professional organizations. Predoctoral Students and Postdoctoral Fellows may include participation in summer courses offered by SRC and ICPSR.

Awards are intended for use within one year, but may be extended upon request for six more months.

Application Procedure and Deadlines

For more information, as well as application procedures and deadlines, please visit the A. Regula Herzog Young Investigators Fund webpage.