Postdoctoral Affairs

Dean's Postdoctoral Diversity Fellowships in Biology and Medicine launched

The Division of Biology and Medicine has announced the pilot of the Dean's Postdoctoral Diversity Fellowship in Biology and Medicine. The goal is to recruit talented postdocs from groups underrepresented in biomedicine to the five departments that comprise the Program in Biology and the Brown Center for Biomedical Informatics.

The pilot program will support two postdocs and will provide competitive salary, benefits, conference travel funds, and professional development consultations. Postdoc candidates are asked to reach out to faculty of interest directly, and faculty will nominate postdoc candidates for the award. The fellowship is a two-year commitment, supported through both the Division and the faculty mentor.

Learn more about the Dean's Postdoctoral Diversity Fellowship eligibility and nomination process or contact Audra Van Wart, director of University Postdoctoral Affairs and associate dean for Training and Program Development, with questions.