This is an intensive postdoctoral training program in molecular mechanisms of immune tolerance and autoimmunity in which trainees receive NIH T32 support for two years, with support in subsequent years coming from the mentor’s laboratory or individual fellowships. Training opportunities exist in a number of laboratories and immunological projects.
The training faculty (listed below) seek highly motivated individuals who are interested in a future career as independent investigators engaged in immunological research. Successful candidates will possess a PhD, MD or MD/PhD in Immunology or related fields.
As for Program requirement, only U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis.
To apply, please send (via email) a cover letter with a brief description of past research, a CV, and a list of three references to:
indicating a research interest in Molecular Mechanisms of Immune Tolerance.
T32 Training Grant Faculty
|Boackle, Susan A.
||Reinhardt, Richard L.|
|Gill, Ronald G.
||Wang, Jing H.|
|Holers, V. Michael