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The Organogenesis Training Program is funded by a grant from the NIH, which supports five trainees (post- or pre-doctoral) for two year periods, in the area of normal or abnormal organ formation and function in children. Basic science and clinical trainees are welcome to apply. Clinical trainees require a written guarantee of 80% protected time for research from their division director. The program supports a wide range of studies in clinical or basic science divisions at Cincinnati Children's.
Positions arise in the program at irregular intervals, and are advertised throughout Cincinnati Children's, as well as the Postdoctoral Association, and the MDB, Neuroscience, and Cell Biology Graduate Programs. Graduate students, postdoctoral and clinical fellows/residents are welcome to apply.
For applications, contact Billie Mays-Jadama by email email@example.com, or by phone at 513-636-2090.
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This image shows corticospinal motor neurons (GFP) in the mouse cortex. (Photo courtesy of Zirong Gu and Yutaka Yoshida, PhD.)
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