Postdoctoral Fellows in the Training Program in Neuropsychopharmacology will be either:
The majority of Postdoctoral Fellows time, 85-90%, is spent doing research in the facilities of their preceptors. The didactic portion of the Program is
individualized for each trainee, based on their previous training and the primary area in which he/she is interested. The minimum goals of the Training Program for
Postdoctoral Fellows are:
Postdoctoral Fellows entering the Program are encouraged to submit applications for individual NRSA support. Skills in written and oral communication and skills in grant writing are developed through special seminars in "survival skills" that are held throughout the year by the Office of Postdoctoral Programs. A broad range of courses and new seminars are always offered so that each Fellow has the opportunity to remedy possible deficiencies in his/her background and to broaden or strengthen areas of interest and competence.
How to apply:
Prospective applicants should contact participating faculty directly for nomination. Selection of postdoctoral candidates into the Training Program is based on assessment of their ability and potential, as evidence by their previous achievements in research and letters of recommendation. All prospective candidates are screened by the Trainee Selection Committee as positions are available.