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Postdoc in Translational Science of Alcohol and HIV at the University of Florida

News Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019 - 14:30

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE TRAINING TO REDUCE THE
IMPACT OF ALCOHOL ON HIV INFECTION
 
OPENING FOR POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW IN T32 TRAINING PROGRAM
 
Multidisciplinary training program focused on alcohol and HIV
Behavioral and clinical interventions
Data science
Neurocognition and brain science
 
Postdocs will work on NIH-funded grants, participate in seminars and training programs,
develop their own research programs and be mentored by outstanding faculty including
Co-Directors Drs. Robert Cook, Robert Leeman and Robert Lucero and colleagues from the following disciplines:  
 
Biostatistics: Dr. Babette Brumback
Clinical & Health Psychology: Drs. Ron Cohen, Eric Porges, Catherine Price, Adam Woods
Epidemiology: Drs. Xinguang Chen, Linda Cottler, Mattia Prosperi
Health Education & Behavior: Drs. JeeWon Cheong, Jalie Tucker
Nursing: Drs. Anna McDaniel, Diana Wilkie
Pathology: Dr. Marco Salemi
Psychiatry/Psychology: Dr. Sara Jo Nixon
 
Funding includes an annual stipend, research/travel expenses and health insurance
Individuals from under represented populations are strongly encouraged to apply
 
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