UCLA Center for Neurobehavioral Genetics3506 Gonda695 Charles Young Dr. S.Los Angeles, CA 90095-1761
The program consists of two years of training, including research training with the nominating mentor, participation in a neurobehavioral phenotyping course, the Neurogenetics Affinity Group seminar series, and seminars in the ethical conduct of research. Participants will receive one year of funding from the training grant; acceptance is contingent upon the mentor committing to fund the candidate for the second year of the program. All participants will be required to submit at least one grant proposal during the first year in the program. Under exceptional circumstances, the program executive committee may provide funding for a second year.
All candidates must identify a mentor who shall submit the nomination. Applications are being accepted and will then be reviewed expeditiously by the program admissions committee. Depending on the initial pool of applicants, we may accept additional candidates after this point; therefore, we encourage nomination of outstanding candidates throughout the academic year. Candidates will be selected mainly on the basis of prior research accomplishments and academic promise. We particularly seek qualified minority candidates. In keeping with the program's goals, preference will be given to applicants who are trained in psychiatry, neurology, or psychology, although outstanding applicants with other backgrounds will be given favorable consideration.
Applications should include:
For questions, contact:
Maribel Estrada, Training Program Administrator UCLA Center for Neurobehavioral Genetics 3506 Gonda, 695 Charles E. Young Drive South Los Angeles, CA 90095-1761
Genetics & neurochemistry
Postdoctoral Research Training
Originally created: 14 Jul 2009 Current author: Robert Carr
Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior
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Los Angeles, CA 90095
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