Five postdoctoral positions at the PRISE Center

The PRISE Center was recently awarded a T32 grant from The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). The goal of the Partnerships for Research in Implementation Science for Equity in Heart and Lung Diseases (PRISE-HL) T32 program is to provide support to outstanding post-doctoral scholars with interdisciplinary training in implementation science and health equity approaches to help transform the uptake and delivery of evidence-based interventions for heart and lung diseases in clinical and community settings.

We have 5 open positions to start by September 2023. One-year training slots are available on a competitive basis to trainees proposing implementation science research in NHLBI priority areas (heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders), with a focus on health disparities.

We are especially interested in current postdocs looking for one more year of funding, who are working with a primary mentor at UCSF or UC Irvine. Please see the award, mentor, and application requirements at this link. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis through September 2023.

Feel free to reach out to Tiese Etim-Inyang ([email protected]), PRISE Center program coordinator, with questions.