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An Early Career Investigator must be either enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate program (or equivalent education program) or have attained their terminal degree (e.g. PhD or equivalent) less than ten years ago. Exceptions are made for leave related to career disruptions (e.g. parental or sick leave) or full-time clinical work. The individual must not hold an Associate/Full Professor (or equivalent; tenured) position.