The Biomedical and Health Informatics program offers a modest number of postdoctoral training fellowships, funded by the National Library of Medicine. These fellowships typically begin in the fall of each year, and are usually of two-year duration. Note that eligibility for these fellowships is limited to US citizens and permanent residents.
These fellowships are available to individuals from a variety of backgrounds who are interested in working with our faculty on their ongoing research projects.
Funded NLM postdocs who are not also seeking a BHI degree have a set of coursework requirements, which include taking four of our eight core departmental courses. Please see details at the bottom of this page.
Prospective applicants for a postdoctoral fellowship should contact the program office in advance of the deadline to indicate their interest.
The Biomedical and Health Informatics program offers a modest number of postdoctoral training fellowships funded by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). These fellowships typically begin in September of each year and are usually for a two-year duration.
Postdoctoral Fellowship recipients are required to have an earned doctoral-level degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution in hand at the time of appointment. Note that eligibility for these fellowships is limited to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
Please find full application instructions here.
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