Author: Charlotte Anthony | Category: Of Interest | October 13, 2015
The Postdoctoral Research, Instruction, and Mentoring Experience (PRIME) program is looking for graduate students seeking postdoctoral positions.
The program is designed to develop highly-skilled biomedical scientists to teach the next generation of clinical researchers and allied health professionals.
Their objective is to increase the numbers of academic researchers from under-represented minorities (URM) in the medical and allied health professions, and to train them to utilize innovative methods that enhance the learning environment and support the career development of URM pre-professional and allied health professions students.
Through funding provided by a K12 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences' Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award (IRACDA) program and a partnership with Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), the PRIME scholars will be trained by integrating traditional mentored postdoctoral research at Wake Forest School of Medicine, regular in-depth professional development programming at WFSM, WFU and WSSU, and a broad variety of teaching assignments in pre-professional and allied health professional (with a focus on Physical Therapy) courses at WSSU.
To see more, click here. Applications are due November 15, 2015.
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