CTSI TL1 Postdoctoral Fellowship

Come learn about the CTSI Postdoctoral Fellowship, a one-year postdoc now accepting applications for 2018-19!

https://accelerate.ucsf.edu/training/ctsi-tl1-postdoc-fellowship

The CTSI TL1 postdoctoral fellowship seeks to train exceptional postdoctoral fellows and provide them with the methodologic, analytic, leadership, and team science skills required to conduct transformative early translational research. Qualified clinical fellows and PhD postdoctoral will receive advanced didactic training relevant to the conduct of translation research, support from senior mentors and peers in the conduct of their research through regular works-in-progress sessions, a faculty seminar series focused on translational research, and career development support through one-on-one mentoring from established translational investigators as well as other structured activities. Fellows will receive a stipend commensurate to the PGY/postdoctoral fellow status, as well as tuition assistance for didactic training and support for travel to scientific meetings.

The postdoctoral fellowship is a one-year fellowship with the option to re-apply for a second year. Applicants will likely be part of an existing postdoctoral fellowship program at UCSF and elect to join the CTSI TL1 postdoc fellows. Postdoctoral fellows being recruited to UCSF can also apply to join the program. Clinical fellows typically will be in the research portion of their fellowship with an interest in translational and precision health research. PhD postdoctoral fellows will typically be members of basic or translational science laboratories with an interest in pursuing translational research.

We seek to recruit 5 clinical fellows (MD or MD/PhD) and 5 PhD postdoctoral fellows.

 https://accelerate.ucsf.edu/training/ctsi-tl1-postdoc-fellowship

Sunday, February 18

Audience

Students, Postdocs

Campus

Mission Bay

Website

https://accelerate.ucsf.edu/training/...

Department/Group
Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
Contact Info

Madeline Mann madeline.mann@ucsf.edu

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