We are seeking highly motivated applicants for our multidisciplinary sleep medicine T32 training program, funded by NHLBI. Post-doctoral trainees will complete a 2-3 year fellowship with the goal of learning the basics of sleep, and circadian research and submitting competitive grant applications to NIH and other funding agencies. Our training faculty includes 30 research mentors from across the Schools of the Health Sciences, with research interest ranging from clock genes, to functional imaging, to implementation science.
The training program provides a competitive stipend, a travel and research allowance, individual health insurance, and tuition assistance. Interested applicants should send or e-mail a letter of inquiry and curriculum vitae to the training director, Daniel J. Buysse, MD, at firstname.lastname@example.org.