Postdoctoral Positions on the Training Research Educators in Minnesota Training Grant
Two postdoctoral positions are available beginning August 31, 2021 at the University of Minnesota supported by the Training Research Educators in Minnesota (TREM) postdoctoral training program (https://cbs.umn.edu/info/postdocs/about/trem). TREM is a 3-year NIH-funded Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award (IRACDA) program in which postdoctoral scholars combine cutting-edge research with mentored teaching experiences at our partner institutions, which are three local community colleges (Minneapolis Community and Technical College, Normandale Community College, and North Hennepin Community College). Prospective applicants are not restricted to working with research mentors at the University of Minnesota, who are already associated with TREM. If your research field of interest does not match that of our current trainers, please consult the Program Director, David Greenstein (email@example.com), for help with identification of other potential University of Minnesota mentors. More information on the TREM program, including a list of trainers, is available at https://cbs.umn.edu/info/postdocs/about/trem. Initial inquiries should be sent to David Greenstein by email together with a cv and a diversity statement.
Candidates should have a PhD in a field of biology or biomedical science or a related STEM discipline including pharmaceutical sciences, biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, cell biology, computational biology, molecular biology, physiology, etc.
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