2017 Clinical and Human Translational Research Fellowship in Transplantation
The Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of the Clinical and Human Translational Research Fellowship in Transplantation at the University of Pittsburgh.
This two-year fellowship will be offered to one candidate every other year.
The Clinical and Human Translational Research Fellowship in Transplantation at the University of Pittsburgh has been established as a mentored award to provide funding for postdoctoral fellows and instructor-level faculty performing clinical or human translational research in transplantation.
The purpose of this fellowship is:
1) to foster the training of research fellows with the potential to develop into successful independent investigators and
2) to foster, through training research fellows, transplant-related clinical and human translational research that is of high merit.
The fellowship provides a stipend that is commensurate with NIH-recommended stipends based on the fellow’s years of postdoctoral experience plus fringe benefits.
Applications are now open for the 2017 Clinical and Human Translational Research Fellowship in Transplantation at the University of Pittsburgh.
Application deadline is December 1, 2016 with a beginning start date of July 1, 2017.
For additional fellowship information, application instructions, and application forms, visit http://www.stiresearch.health.pitt.edu/resources/fellowshipsgrants.
Inquiries concerning the application process should be made to email@example.com.