The Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship in NeuroAIDs (IRFN), with funding from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), provides training and mentoring to clinical and basic scientists interested in careers in neuroAIDS research.
Training experiences emphasize the interdisciplinary and translational nature of clinical problems in neuroAIDS in order to prepare future scientists to tackle emerging questions in the field.
The IRFN pairs trainees with mentors from clinical and basic science backgrounds according to their research interests, and provides a clinical literacy program in neuroAIDS for basic scientists.
IRFN Fellows are exposed to cutting-edge scientific environments and have contact with some of the most respected neuroAIDS researchers in the world.
For more information about the program, kindly visit https://hnrc.hivresearch.ucsd....
The IRFN is a 2-year program for postdoctoral scientists. Fellows spend 30% time on IRFN activities, in coordination with their clinical training program.
Candidates interested in applying for the IRFN fellowship should prepare an application package that includes:
Applications may be submitted directly to Dr. Cherner at [email protected].
Nov 23, 2022
La Jolla, California
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