Pre- and Postdoc Fellowships
Training in Behavioral Nursing Research (T32)
You must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. noncitizen national, or permanent resident of the U.S. in order to make application as a trainee. Documentation of eligibility must be provided at the time of formal application.
If you are applying as a candidate for a predoctoral fellowship, you must be enrolled in, or have been accepted into, the PhD in Nursing Science program at Indiana University School of Nursing.
If you are applying as a candidate for a postdoctoral fellowship, you must have earned your PhD from an accredited university prior to starting the fellowship. Either your master's or doctoral degree must be in nursing.
Prior to or upon notification of admission to the Indiana University School of Nursing's PhD program, if you are interested in being considered for the Training in Behavioral Nursing Research Program as a predoctoral fellow, contact Richard Griffin via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (317) 274-0053.
Applicants for a postdoctoral fellowship must submit the following
- Completed application form
- Official transcript from graduate program
- Two letters of recommendation, including one from the chair of your dissertation committee
- Letter of support from your postdoctoral mentor
- Curriculum vitae or NIH biosketch
- Copy of abstract and final chapter of doctoral dissertation
Selection criteria include quality of applicant’s academic record, past research, publications, commitment to independent research, and match with research interests of faculty. Start date is negotiable.
Minority applicants are especially encouraged to apply.