Postdoctoral Candidates – Year 20 (September 1, 2020 – August 31, 2021)
The UW Cardiovascular Research Center’s Training Program in Translational Cardiovascular Science (TPTCS) announces the availability of postdoctoral fellow trainee positions at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for individuals whose research interests align with cardiovascular science. This is a federally funded (NIH/NHLBI) T32 training program. Postdoctoral positions are available for both post-MD and post-PhD candidates. Start dates for postdoctoral appointments are flexible, but cannot begin before September 1, 2020. Funding may be available for a second year, depending on availability of funds and evidence of research progress.
Candidates must be nominated by a trainer in the TPTCS or faculty member affiliated with the CVRC. Conversely, trainees with interests in cardiovascular research may encourage their supervisors to apply to become a mentor/trainer in the program. External applicants interested in the program should contact prospective mentors listed on the TPTCS website.
Trainees must be U.S. citizens or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence to the US to be considered for this training grant. Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
To apply for this program please provide the following information:
- General Application Form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Career plan statement, which includes past, current and proposed research as well as long term career goals (1-2 pages)
- Letter of support from a TPTCS trainer or faculty member affiliated with the UW CVRC (1 page)
*Application closed for this year