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Boston University Clinical & Translational Science Institute TL1 Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Regener

Posted by on Friday, February 19, 2021 in Announcements .

This Post-Doctoral Fellowship is a recurring opportunity at Boston University- if you have any senior graduate students nearing the end of their PhD and interested in research in regenerative medicine, please let them know about this funding opportunity and have them check out BU research labs for postdoc opportunities in this research area so they can work with a future BU postdoc advisor to attain future TL1 funding announcements!

We are delighted to announce that the BU CTSI will support 2 postdoctoral fellows as part the CTSI training program in regenerative medicine. Faculty interested in this support should submit the below – materials by February 26, 2021.

The BU CTSI TL1 Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Regenerative Medicine is committed to increasing the diversity of the research workforce and strongly encourages applications from underrepresented, racial and ethnic groups (UREGs).
Those interested in applying to this program need to submit application and review the required materials and criteria below.  Applications that are not complete will not be reviewed.
Key Dates

Application Deadline: February 26, 2021
Funding Start Date: April 1, 2021

Must be US Citizen or permanent resident
Application Process
All applications must include:
·       A copy of the candidate’s NIH-formatted Biosketch and a copy of the mentor(s) NIH-formatted Biosketch.

·       Transcripts; including undergraduate institution, GPA, and GRE/MCAT scores (if available).

·       A paragraph explaining the research project to be conducted by the fellow with emphasis on relevance to regenerative medicine.

·       A letter of support from the trainee’s research mentor. All primary research mentors must have demonstrated experience as a mentor.

For information on the full Request for Application, please visit our website here.
For questions regarding trainee appointments, please contact Dr. Matthew Jones

For specific budgetary questions or inquiries about your pending submission, contact Helia Morris.

For questions on this application, please contact Hubert Wong

The CTSI’s mission is to support BU’s basic researchers, patient-oriented researchers, and population-based researchers working in all areas of translational research related to the prevention, diagnosis, and management of human disease.

Boston University Clinical & Translational Science Institute

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