The Division of Rheumatology has many engaging options available for trainees who would like to explore research opportunities. Medical students, PhD pre-doctoral students, fellows, and
post-doctoral PhD students may all be interested in one of the positions sponsored by the Division of Rheumatology and supported by the NIH T32 mechanism. The T32 Research Training in Rheumatology program provides research training in the pathogenesis and treatment of rheumatic and autoimmune diseases for a broad group of scientists from diverse backgrounds.
For details about the Rheumatology T32 training grant, click here.
Rheumatology Fellows and Post-Doctoral Trainees have been funded on the University of Colorado's NIH T32 mechanism since 1986. Approximately 80% of trainees have accepted an academically-oriented postion upon completing their research supported by the T32.
Applications for these T32 positions are competitive, open to U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals, and permanent U.S. residents. Please contact the T32 Administrator Sheryl Hartmann at email@example.com if you have any administrative questions about the application process and Professor Michael Holers at Michael.Holers@ucdenver.edu for questions regarding trainee opportunities.