Postdoctoral fellowship

  • The federal Health Resources and Services Administration awarded Penn State College of Medicine $2.2 million over the next five years to establish a primary care research fellowship. This fellowship program will train investigators to address various physical and mental health challenges – including the opioid and mental health crises – that affect communities in central Pennsylvania and beyond
  • The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) supports research teams to help them produce results better and faster – ultimately to improve the health of communities and populations. Our Vision is to cultivate a diverse and inclusive environment that guides and transforms our approaches to healthcare, education, research and community partnerships. The CTSI is

  • The Translational Science Interagency Fellowship (TSIF) program is jointly sponsored by NCATS and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and aims to provide training in both translational science and regulatory science. The common goal of NCATS and the FDA is to bring safe and effective drugs, regimens and devices from the bench to the bedside as quickly and efficiently as possible. To that

  • This is a postdoctoral fellowship opportunity at Brandeis University, a partner of Tufts CTSI. The Health: Science, Society, and Policy Program and the Environmental Studies Program at Brandeis University invite applications for a two-year, non-renewable Florence Levy Kay Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health and Climate Change, beginning Fall 2021. We seek candidates with a Ph.D. in either natural or

  • University of Rochester Center for the Study and Prevention of Suicide (UR/CSPS) The UR/CSPS is pleased to announce the availability of positions for postdoctoral training in suicide prevention research. Now in its 20th year, the UR/CSPS postdoctoral training program is supported by an institutional National Research Service Award training grant from NIMH (Yeates Conwell, MD, Program Director; Kim
  • From Director Gary Rosenthal, MD, FACP, Tinsley R. Harrison Professor and Chair, Department of Internal Medicine. We are excited to announce the inaugural class of Academic Learning Health Systems Scholars at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. This NIH-funded postdoctoral training program (TL1 mechanism) is offered through the Wake Forest Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and
  • The Translational Science Interagency Fellowship (TSIF) is a new postdoctoral fellowship opportunity developed by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Fellows will be jointly mentored by NCATS and FDA scientists on a research project of mutual interest to both organizations. Fellows in this program will develop skills of

  • The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at the University of Rochester Medical Center is seeking outstanding candidates for a Population Health Research Postdoctoral Fellowship. The position is fully funded for a one-year period with the option of beginning January, 2021, or May/June, 2021. The goal is to produce interdisciplinary researchers trained in team science and competency

  • Press Release April 6, 2020 -- In response to the White House's call to action for the scientific community to help solve important COVID-19 questions, the Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE) project has created the Research Cohort for the Study of Coronaviruses (RCSC) fellowship program. The RCSC Program gives any researcher working on COVID-19 or coronavirus-related

  • The UR/CSPS is pleased to announce the availability of positions for postdoctoral training in suicide prevention research. Now in its 19th year, the UR/CSPS postdoctoral training program is supported by an institutional National Research Service Award training grant from NIMH (Yeates Conwell, MD, Program Director; Kim Van Orden, PhD, Associate Director). It provides up to three years of stipend

  • Researchers at the University of Rochester School of Nursing have recently shown that dads can affect their babies' health - even before they're born. Their study, which was supported by the University of Rochester CTSI, shows that fathers’ education level, age, race or ethnicity can have a bearing on how healthy their children are at birth. “Paternal information is routinely collected during