The University of Florida partners with the National Institutes of Health to provide training opportunities for the next generation of scientists. As of May 2020, this partnership supports the training of 79 PhD students, 34 postdoctoral trainees, 20 medical students on short-term research rotations, and 7 undergraduates interested in health science research. To find out more about each training program, please visit its web page (linked in the table below).
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PhD students and Postdoctoral trainees in search of a prestigious training opportunity at the University of Florida? Welcome, and explore at your leisure.
Since 1978, graduates of this training program have gone on to careers in academia, federal research & regulatory agencies, and biotechnology companies.
Beginning in 2011, the Comprehensive Training Program in Oral Biology has prepared PhD & Postdoctoral trainees for careers in academia, healthcare, biotechnology, and science writing. The program supports 8 PhD & 5 Postdoc trainees.
Since its inception in 2014, this program has placed nearly all of its graduates in academic positions. Trainees focus on the prevention & epidemiology of substance abuse from an interdisciplinary perspective.
In 2015, researchers at the University of Florida established the IMPART training program for Postdoctoral trainees. Graduates of this program will leverage their experience to design preclinical & clinical research approaches addressing the interplay of aging and pain.
The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Type 1 Diabetes and Biomedical Engineering was established in 2017 to prepare PhD trainees to address the ever-growing needs of the diabetic population for therapies & devices.