Apply now for a postdoctoral recruitment event at The Ohio State

Kim Petrie
January 15, 2015

The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Office of Postdoctoral Research is pleased to announce the 2015 Spring Postdoctoral Recruitment Event! This event will be held on May 7-8th, in collaboration with the Research Institute Training Office at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

This two-day event will provide an excellent opportunity for outstanding PhD students from leading graduate programs to meet our research faculty, interview for open postdoctoral positions, and discover the exciting and innovative research taking place at The Ohio State University and the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Selected candidates will be invited to visit the Ohio State campus, network with current OSU and NCH postdocs, present their research to faculty in a podium presentation, interview with prospective mentors, and learn more about postdoctoral opportunities at Ohio State and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Candidates selected to attend this event may be considered for a variety of opportunities at Ohio State, including fellowships, training grants, and other internal training programs. Full funding will be provided for travel expenses.

Application for this event is open to senior graduate students who have completed or expect to complete their PhD in 2014 or 2015. Preference will be given to US Citizens and permanent residents who are training grant-eligible. Exceptional international applicants may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Please visit for application instructions, the schedule of events, and all other details. All applications must be submitted by March 9, 2015.

Our event flyer can be found here: To help us announce this exciting opportunity, we ask that you please post our flyer, forward this email to any applicable graduate program coordinators and/or faculty, and encourage senior graduate students at your institution to apply!

If you have any questions about this event, please contact the Office of Postdoctoral Research at