Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowship in Lung Biology
This research training fellowship, funded by the National Institutes of Health, will train four postdoctoral fellows from MD and PhD backgrounds for up to two years. Our mission is to train aspiring postdoctoral fellows into exceptional physician-scientists who are the forefront of pioneering basic and translational research. Research is conducted under the direction of senior faculty mentors.
Program Design & Requirements
The aim of this program is to build a supportive, invigorating training environment for the next generation of pulmonologists. In addition to funded research time in the lab of one of our mentors, we strive to build a cohesive pulmonary research community at Stanford. This is accomplished via mentorship from T32 leadership, formation of an advisory committee to give guidance and feedback on progress, and monthly research seminars. Trainees select a primary focus from one of the following research areas: Vascular Disease, Stem Cells & Lung Development, Genetics & Genomics, Lung Injury & Repair, Lung Microbiome, Lung Cancer, Outcomes Research, and Imaging.
MD and MD/PhD applicants must have completed their clinical training prior to applying for T32 funding (1 year for pediatric pulmonary fellows, and 18 months for adult PCCM)
PhD applicants must be pursuing a post-doctoral fellowship in the lab of a Stanford mentor doing research relevant to pulmonary medicine.
**Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents
To Apply/Fellowship Application Procedure
1. Check to make sure you meet the following eligibility requirements (as per NIH policy) listed below:
A. Trainee must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
B. Trainee must not have already received more than 2 years of post-doctoral funding from NIH training grants (e.g., T32, NRSA) in order to be eligible for this award.
C. Both PhD and MD postdocs are encouraged to apply
2. Fill out the application form
3. Upload the following supplemental documents to the application form no later than March 1, 2018
A. Research in Progress
B. Proposed Research Project
C. Research Goals
D. Career Goals
E. Curriculum Vitae
F. Professional Development Plan
G. Letter of Support from Planned Mentor
Questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant Awardees in Pediatrics
Elizabeth Burgener, MD
In collaboration with Dr. Paul Bollyky, Dr. Burgener is currently researching the links between Pf phage levels and clinical outcomes in Cystic Fibrosis.
For additional information
Please contact La Toya King