Post-Doctoral Research Opportunity in Sleep and Circadian Science
The University of Pittsburgh is seeking post-doctoral scholars for its NHLBI-funded T32 program, “Translational Research Training in Sleep and Circadian Science” (HL082610), currently in its 16th year of funding. The broad aim of this program is to train the future generation of clinical and basic researchers in a translational approach to sleep and circadian science, with a focus on the emerging concept of sleep health. We are specifically interested in sleep health disparities; the mechanisms whereby sleep influences health; and the development and evaluation of sleep interventions to improve health. Post-docs have opportunities to train with leading investigators in the field while developing their own research careers.
Applicants must have an MD or PhD degree in a clinical or non-clinical field of study related to sleep or circadian science at the time of appointment to the program. This training opportunity is open only to US citizens or permanent residents. We encourage applicants from backgrounds that are traditionally under-represented in biomedical science to join our diverse, inclusive, and welcoming training environment. Further information can be found at sleep.pitt.edu/education-training.
Interested applicants may complete this form: Request for training information (qualtrics.com) or contact Daniel J. Buysse, MD, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Martica Hall, PhD, Program Director, at email@example.com. For administrative questions, contact Linda Willrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.