CTSA TL1 Post-Doctoral Training Program [Duke Internal Funding -- for Duke Fellows only]

Funding Agency:
Duke University

The Duke CTSA TL1 postdoctoral program is a new 2-year training program aiming to provide 2 years of funded time to support the research training of outstanding junior scientists.  We welcome applications from  all eligible potential postdoctoral fellows in the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, but we have particular interest in applicants who are interested in broadening their previous training to include a new category of research methodology (e.g., bench science trainees looking to gain training in translational or clinical research, or vice versa).  We also have particular interest in applicants looking to obtain training in data science methodology. The Duke CTSA TL1 will typically be for two years, will provide tailored professional development support, an NIH-scale postdoctoral stipend, as well as federally-designated training-related expenses.

Applications are due February 15, 2019. Up to 2 fellowships will be awarded.  Awardees may start at any reasonable time after acceptance but a July 1 start date is targeted.

Agency Website

Eligibility Requirements

Eligible applicants will be US citizens or resident aliens with a PhD and no more than 2 prior years on a federal postdoctoral training grant, usually 0-3 years after completion of their PhD program.  Awards will typically be for two years and will provide an NIH-scale postdoctoral stipend as well as federally-designated training-related expenses.

Funding Type

Grant

Eligibility

Medical Fellow/Resident
Post Doctoral Fellows

Category

Engineering and Physical Sciences
Medical
Medical - Clinical Science
Medical - Translational

External Deadline

February 15, 2019