Postdoctoral Training Opportunity - UCLA T32 Training Program in Translational Neuroscience of Drug Abuse
The program supports trainees in translational research on the neurobiology of drug abuse, who aspire to become leaders in the field.
12-month fellowships in the following areas:
1. Molecular & Cellular Neurobiological Systems
2. Integrative Neuroscience: Behavior, Animal Models
3. Cognitive Neuroscience & Human Neural Phenotypes
Successful fellows of this program will:
• Receive monthly stipend, health insurance & travel funds
• Conduct research under the mentorship of a UCLA Faculty Member
• Build an integrative knowledge base needed to plan and conduct research and obtain independent funding for translational studies of drug abuse
Applicants must have:
• A doctoral degree in neuroscience, psychology, pharmacology or other related field by the start of the appointment, or a medical degree (MD).
• US citizenship, non-citizen nationality* or permanent residency
• Received less than 3 years of aggregate NRSA support at the postdoctoral level
• A commitment to the study of drug addiction
* Non-citizen nationals are persons born in outlying possessions of the United States
(i.e., American Samoa and Swains Island)
Interested candidates should:
Initiate the application process by submitting a current curriculum vitae and questions to Amberly Tam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For detailed information on participating faculty and application details visit: https://www.semel.ucla.edu/translational-neuroscience-drug-abuse