Looking for a postdoc position in cardiovascular research? Know someone who is? OHSU’s Cardiovascular Division has an NIH-sponsored T32 training program that is currently recruiting. The deadline is March 30, 2012 – so start working on those applications!
The training program is open to both physician-scientists and basic scientists. Three trainees will be accepted in each year for a two-year research experience in one of four general investigative categories: Regulatory Physiology; Diabetes/Obesity; Developmental Programming; and Human Studies. This training program provides laboratory research training and mentoring that will establish the basis for a successful career as an independent investigator in an academic institution. The goal of the program is to produce scientists with a broad outlook and a focus on bringing science to the benefit of patients. Minority students are particularly encouraged to apply.
A full description of the program can be found on the OHSU Training Grants Recruitment webpage. For further information, visit the OHSU Cardiovascular Division home page and click on “Graduate Training.” For specific questions, please contact Lisa Rhuman, Center Administrator for the Heart Research Center.