Pre and Post-doctoral positions are available in the NIH/NINR funded Biobehavioral Nursing Research Training program at the University of Washington School of Nursing. The focus of this training grant is to increase the number of scientists skilled in biobehavioral theory and methodology.
Opportunities exist to work with a wide variety of nursing scientists and interdisciplinary groups actively integrating biological and behavioral components in basic and clinical research to improve health outcomes in healthy populations as well as people with a variety of diseases. Both predoctoral and post-doctoral positions are are available on a rolling basis. U.S. citizenship or permanent residency status is required.
The main purpose of the BNRTP is to prepare individuals for research careers in universities, health care agencies, government agencies or industry. Individuals will ordinarily be supported for a minimum of two years of training. During this time they will develop skills to create further independent funding to support them for the remainder of their program (in the case of predoctoral trainees) or their career (in the case of postdoctoral trainees). All trainees will share common outcomes, although the level, breadth, and depth of achievement will be based on their prior training and experience.
Interested applicants to or students enrolled in the PhD program in Nursing Science should submit a copy of their curriculum vitae, a letter with a statement of goals for the fellowship, an example of scholarly writing and the names of three references.
Interested candidates should complete an application form and submit the materials requested.
All materials should be sent to:
Dr. Carol Landis, DNSc, RN, FAAN
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 - 7266