Postdoctoral fellows at Cincinnati Children’s continue their training and development by teaming with world-class faculty mentors in more than 30 divisions working in more than 1 million square feet of state-of-the-art research space.
Cincinnati Children’s provides a broad range of cutting-edge research opportunities integrating basic research with translational research into disorders and diseases in children including:
|Fundamental mechanisms of development
|Biomedical Informatics and Quantitative Analysis
|Infectious disease and vaccine development
|Drug development and structural biology
||Stem cell biology
|Gene therapy and human genetics
|Cell signaling and cancer biology
||Immunology and allergy research
Recent initiatives include expansion of clinical and outcomes research and bioinformatics and computational research with a new Division of Medical Informatics. Our research initiatives are supported by more than 20 state-of-the-art core facilities and the Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST).
As a national leader in advancing fundamental science and medicine and as the largest pediatric research program in the Midwest, the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation provides exciting training opportunities with both well-established scientists and up-and-coming faculty.