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The Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) Program provides intensive mentored research experiences designed to prepare outstanding junior faculty to become independent investigators in women’s health research.
As part of the BIRCWH program, scholars receive:
Eligibility: Junior faculty and senior fellows/postdoctoral trainees pending faculty appointment with a doctorate and less than 5 years of research training who are committed to a career in clinical research in drug abuse and addiction. Scholars are scientists with doctoral-level professional degrees who represent a broad range of disciplines, professions, specialties and sub-specialties, and who can develop into future leaders of clinical research. Examples include MD, PhD, DO, DDS, DMD, and PharmD. All candidates with clinical doctorates are expected to have completed the specific requirements leading to clinical certification.
To apply: The call for applications is in February of each academic year that an appointment is available. Applications are due in April (see website for exact dates). Appointments begin July 1st.
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