The Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR) at the Medical College of Wisconsin is now accepting applications for its Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in HIV Prevention Research. CAIR faculty are internationally-recognized for excellence in diverse areas of HIV prevention research.
This mentor-based, project-oriented program provides fellows with the opportunity to develop skills in:
- Manuscript writing/publishing
- Grant writing
- Research team management
- Data management and analysis
- Professional development & job seeking skills
The CAIR Fellowship Program combines seminars, conferences, and other educational opportunities with individualized, one-on-one mentoring by CAIR faculty. Postdoctoral fellows are integrated into existing research projects and are mentored to help them develop their own program of independent research and establish a record of scholarly productivity. This 2-year fellowship program is open to US citizens with a PhD, PsyD, DrPH, EdD, MD, JD or other doctoral training.
Contact Dr. Steven D. Pinkerton at 414-955-7700 to request application materials. The application deadline for fellowships beginning in Summer 2013 is January 25, 2013. Fellowships are contingent on funding.
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