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.
Michael S. Donnenberg, M.D. (Co-Program Director)
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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This page was last updated: October 28, 2014