Terez Shea-Donohue Ph.D.
Richard L. Eckert Ph.D.
James Polli, Ph.D.
Jean-Pierre Raufman, M.D. (Co-Program Director)
Neeraj Saxena, Ph.D.
Peter Swaan, Ph.D.
Hongbing Wang, Ph.D.
Jian-Ying Wang M.D., Ph.D. (Co-Program Director)
Guofeng Xie M.D., Ph.D.
Eileen Barry, Ph.D.
Thomas G. Blanchard Ph.D., J.D.
Steven J. Czinn, M.D.
Alan Faden, M.D.
Claire Fraser, Ph.D.
Bret Hassel, Ph.D.
Julie Hotopp, Ph.D.
James B. Kaper Ph.D.
Karen Kotloff, M.D.
Myron M. Levine, M.D., D.T.P.H.
Terez Shea-Donohue Ph.D. (Co-Program Director)
Marcelo Sztein, Ph.D.
Aiping M. Zhao, M.D.
Raymond Cross, M.D., M.S. (Co-Program Director)
Bruce Greenwald, M.D.
Ayse L. Mindikoglu, M.D., M.P.H.
Mary-Claire Roghmann, M.S., M.S. (Co-Program Director)
Michael Terrin, M.D., M.P.H.
Erik von Rosenvinge, M.D.
Terry J. Watnick, M.D.
Trainees will devote a minimum of two years to training in laboratory- or patient-based research (minimum 80% protected time). All trainees are expected to participate in weekly laboratory or clinical research meetings, to attend relevant divisional, departmental, center or institutional research-oriented conferences, and to take courses on Responsible Conduct of Research. Additional courses in study design, statistics, and project-specific disciplines (e.g. gut immunology) are strongly encouraged as is participation for post-doctoral trainees in coursework leading to the granting of an additional degree (MS, MPH, or PhD).
Each year, this NIDDK-sponsored training program offers three pre-doctoral and four post-doctoral positions. U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status is required.
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