Post-Doctoral Research Opportunity in Sleep and Circadian Science
The University of Pittsburgh is seeking post-doctoral scholars for its NHLBI-funded T32 program, Translational Research Training in Sleep Medicine. The broad aim of this program is to train the future generation of clinical and basic researchers in a translational approach to sleep and circadian science, with a focus on the emerging concept of sleep health; specifically, on the mechanisms whereby sleep influences health, and the evaluation of sleep interventions to improve health.
Applicants must have an MD or PhD degree in a clinical or non-clinical field of study related to sleep or circadian rhythms at the time of appointment to the program. This training opportunity is open only to US citizens or permanent residents.