Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships

Several training opportunities exist to provide you a continuum of education. These fellowships provide you with opportunities to conduct research alongside mentors in your chosen area of focus. Our goal is to help you reach your career goals in the healthcare profession and prepare you to meet the lifelong challenges and possibilities you’ll face as nurse researchers.

Advanced Training in Self-Management Interventions for Serious Chronic Conditions (T32) Fellowships

The goal of the Advanced Training in Self-Management Interventions for Serious Chronic Conditions T32 program is to prepare nurse scientists to conduct high impact research and lead interdisciplinary research teams to develop and test innovative self-management interventions to prevent or manage serious chronic conditions. 

For more information contact:
Office of Research Support 

Interdisciplinary Training in Behavioral Oncology (T32)

The primary purpose of the NCI-funded T32 Interdisciplinary Training in Behavioral Oncology program is to train the next generation of behavioral oncology scientists to conduct interdisciplinary cancer prevention and control research spanning the continuum of prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship. The program will be flexible enough to address the educational needs of individuals from different academic home disciplines, but formalized enough to ensure that participants achieve high levels of content knowledge and acquire intensive research experience by the time you complete your studies. Predoctoral fellows are allowed a maximum of three years of support and postdoctoral fellows two years of support. The T32 Program is only open to United States Citizens or U.S. permanent residents.

For more information contact:
Victoria Champion, PhD, RN, FAAN
Distinguished Professor 

Kristin Hogsett 
Program Management Leader