The Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee is accepting applications for its Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cardiovascular Sciences. Application deadline for the next cycle is Friday, March 15, 2019.
Our postdoctoral training fellowship is designed to launch and sustain successful careers in cardiovascular research.
Be mentored by a team (choose from over 45 faculty mentors)
Receive training in core competencies
The program provides up to 3 years of broad-based, personalized, supportive, and rigorous training in specific areas of scientific excellence in a highly-integrated research environment incorporating mentoring teams with access to an extensive research infrastructure at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Applicants should be highly-motivated, ambitious, productive, and have (or anticipate having) a PhD, PharmD, MD, or DO in a relevant research area such as biology, molecular biology, genetics, immunology, biochemistry, pharmacology, or physiology.
Train in one of four major areas of expertise:
Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis, & Vascular Biology
Cardiac Biology & Heart Failure
Precision Cardiovascular Medicine
Program Directors: Ivor Benjamin, MD, Director, Cardiovascular Center, Professor, Department of Medicine and David Gutterman, MD, Senior Associate Director, Cardiovascular Center, Northwestern Mutual Professor of Cardiology.
Applicants should apply online through MCW Human Resources (MCW: Careers; Requisition ID:20965) by clicking the 'Join Our Team' search button. * Per NIH guidelines, the postdoctoral fellow must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident*
To learn more about the MCW Cardiovascular Center, the Postdoctoral Fellowship, and view a listing of the more than 40 faculty mentors, visit:
*Per NIH guidelines, the postdoctoral fellow must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
Additional Salary Information: *Per NIH guidelines, the stipend level for the entire first year of support is determined by the number of full years of relevant postdoctoral experience at the time of appointment. Relevant experience may include research experience (including industrial), teaching assistantship, internship, residency, clinical duties, or other time spend in a health-related field beyond that of the qualifying doctoral degree.
Internal Number: 20965
About Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin
The Cardiovascular Center, founded in 1992 at the Medical College of Wisconsin, serves more than 140 members from 21 departments and institutes on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Campus and surrounding community as it fulfills its mission to improve cardiovascular health in southeast Wisconsin and beyond through cutting-edge research, cost-efficient and high-quality healthcare delivery, rigorous training of the next generation of diverse cardiovascular scientists, and engaging the community to eliminate disparities in health outcomes. Directed by Ivor Benjamin, MD, over 34,000 square feet of space is dedicated to the center's laboratories, offices, conference rooms, equipment cores and staff who promote its mission by management of core resources, acquisition and distribution of funds for meritorious cardiovascular research, education of its members, trainees and staff, and interaction with the community to understand its needs and alleviate the burden of disease in the heart and blood vessels. For more information, go to www.mcw.edu/Cardiovascular-Center.
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