Postdoctoral Training
National Institutes of Health - Bethesda, MD

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Postdoctoral Fellows engage in pure laboratory
research. Applicants must have either a graduate doctoral degree
(e.g., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) or a professional degree (e.g., M.D.,
D.O., D.D.S., D.M.D. or D.V.M.) accompanied by previous research
laboratory experience.

Eligibility

American and foreign-born applicants who are no more than
5 years beyond the date of their most recent doctoral degree at
the time of application are eligible. Other appointment mechanisms are available for more senior researchers.
Time Period of Training

Postdoctoral fellows
can spend up to 5 years in the NIAMS' postdoctoral program. This program
is aimed at promoting the careers of talented individuals through intensive
exposure to the latest advances in basic, clinical, and epidemiological
research. Opportunities exist for fellows to take a variety of courses at
the NIH and to participate in patient care where appropriate.
Financial Support

NIH has a program designed to facilitate receiving an R01 award earlier in an investigator's research career: NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award (K99/R00) .
Scientists working in the IRP may be eligible to participate in NIH's Loan Repayment Program .
How to Apply

Visit the various NIAMS Research Labs
to identify a laboratory or research area that interests you.

Supply a Curriculum Vitae and Other Supporting Documents.

Include information on past research experience, science awards, honors, student programs and participation in scientific meetings.

Include abstracts and scientific papers.

Request recommendation letters from science faculty, preceptors, etc. that have direct knowledge of your scientific interests and abilities.

Reviewed January 11, 2013
American and foreign-born applicants who are no more than
5 years beyond the date of their most recent doctoral degree at
the time of application are eligible. Other appointment mechanisms are available for more senior researchers.
Time Period of Training

Postdoctoral fellows
can spend up to 5 years in the NIAMS' postdoctoral program. This program
is aimed at promoting the careers of talented individuals through intensive
exposure to the latest advances in basic, clinical, and epidemiological
research. Opportunities exist for fellows to take a variety of courses at
the NIH and to participate in patient care where appropriate.
Financial Support

NIH has a program designed to facilitate receiving an R01 award earlier in an investigator's research career: NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award (K99/R00) .
Scientists working in the IRP may be eligible to participate in NIH's Loan Repayment Program .

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