T32 Postdoctoral Scholar, Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Research

University of Pittsburgh has postdoctoral research fellowships available for MDs and PhDs in social, psychological, and behavioral aspects of cardiovascular health. Now entering its 42nd year and funded through at least 2028, Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Research Training (T32HL007560) is one of the most longstanding cardiovascular behavioral medicine research training programs in the US. The program implements a mentor-based model that includes team-based collaborative mentoring, multidisciplinary training and research, and individualized didactics, with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Practical training in grant writing, research ethics, public speaking, and career development is included. Applications are being accepted for appointments to begin fall 2024.

Training faculty include: Rebecca Thurston (Director), Peter Gianaros (Co-Director), Howard Aizenstein, Gabriella Alvarez, Emma Barinas-Mitchell, Cynthia Conklin, Daniel Forman, Andrea Goldschmidt, Tamer Ibrahim, Karen Jakubowski, Thomas Kamarck, Christopher Kline, Michele Levine, Carissa Low, Jared Magnani, Anna Marsland, Kathleen McTigue, Matthew Muldoon, Rebecca Reed, Bruce Rollman, Ann-Marie Rosland.

More information on the program and faculty can be found at www.cvbm.pitt.edu.  Applicant must be a US citizen or have permanent resident status in accordance with NIH regulations for an NRSA fellowship award.

Please include statement of research interests and proposed goals for the fellowship; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; and application form. Email applications to bandymb@upmc.edu. Applications accepted on a rolling basis but candidates are encouraged to apply now for strongest consideration.

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