The Academic Pathways program is designed to prepare recently graduated doctoral students for competitive academic careers. The need is particularly acute to develop faculty candidates who come from diverse racial, ethnic and other backgrounds and experiences, as differing experiences, views and perspectives are of exceptional value for academic institutions in their research and educational roles.
- Competitive stipend
- Generous research and travel allowances
- Relocation assistance
Applications for the program begin October 1st and end November 1st.
Major Research Resources
Search for faculty investigating the following diseases (enter keyword in "Research/Clinical" window)
Infectious Diseases and Microbiome
Genetic and Developmental Diseases
Contact Linda Sealy, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
More Information About the Academic Pathways Program and Application (open Oct 1-Nov 1, 2017)