Virtual Space Bioscience Training Course 2022: STAR (Spaceflight Technologies, Application and Research)


2022 Virtual Space Bioscience Training Course: STAR (Spaceflight Technologies, Application, and Research) – Call for Applications

Press Release From: NASA Science Mission Directorate
Posted: Monday March 21st 2022

Solicitation Number: NNH22ZDA009L

Response deadline: June 1, 2022

NASA is inviting applications for the STAR training course focusing on the science and technology behind biological experiments in space. STAR is designed to encourage networking and collaborations in spaceflight technologies, applications and research. This course aims to facilitate researchers’ entry into space biology and preparation for spaceflight experiments using NASA and commercial platforms. The STAR course will cover both the fundamental and applied aspects of the field of space biology, as well as the practical aspects of preparing, conducting and analyzing the results of spaceflight experiments. To see for more information.

The STAR-22 application uses the Request for Information (RFI) response structure of NASA’s Integrated Applications and Proposals Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES). For the full text of the RFI STAR, including application submission instructions, visit:

Responses should be submitted electronically using the NSPIRES website. STAR-22 is open to all eligible individuals with a medical degree or doctorate based on eligibility as outlined in Section III of the RFI.

Submission of a STAR application does not guarantee course availability. NASA does not provide funding for course attendance or otherwise pay for the information requested. Accepted applicants will be notified via NSPIRES on or after June 20, 2022. Rejected applicants will also be notified. The course will run virtually from September 2022 to February 2023 with bi-monthly sessions of two hours each.

STAR-22 questions will be accepted by email only and should be directed to [email protected] using a subject line that reads “STAR 2022 Application”. Depending on the nature of the questions received, NASA may (i) respond individually via email or (ii) post responses intended to respond to requests of broader interest and general clarifications in a “Questions and Answers” (Q&A) document. ) on the NSPIRES landing page for STAR. The anonymity of individuals and institutions submitting comments will be preserved.

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