Post-Residency Research FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY
The Advanced Research Training in Otolaryngology Program (ARTOP) at the University of Michigan is seeking to fill a Post-Resident Research Fellowship to do research in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. This ARTOP Fellowship is supported by the NIH T32 Training Grant (T32 DC005356). This is a 1-year post-residency fellowship to complement their clinical subspecialty training. The opportunity to attend extramural or intramural conferences or educational courses relevant to the trainee’s chosen research discipline will be provided.
ELIGIBILITY: All individuals supported by this grant mechanism must be US citizens or permanent residents holding a green card. Individuals on temporary or student visas are not eligible.
CRITERIA: Academic credentials and strength of previous research training, if applicable. Strong interest in the areas of hearing, taste, smell, voice, communication disorders, neuroscience, and related cellular biology. Potential for future research and academic career as a clinical-scientist.
STIPEND SUPPORT: Post-doctoral trainees receive a stipend, travel to one meeting, and trainee-related expenses which includes health insurance according to NIH guidelines
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Your research experience will include: Performing clinical or basic science research on a project of scientific significance in the area of hearing, taste, smell, voice, communication disorders, neuroscience, or related cellular biology. Formulating a research proposal for approval by the departmental Research Committee. Gaining scientific knowledge base and laboratory skills needed to prepare for and complete the research project. Preparing a manuscript/poster with research collaborators and pursue publication in a suitable peer-reviewed journal. Presenting research project at local and national meetings. Attend seminars and journal club meetings. For post-residency trainees, use the data obtained from the study to begin grant proposal preparation for extramural funding. Attending Clinician-Scientists meetings dedicated to topics such as writing grants, writing papers, reviewing papers and serving on editorial boards, presenting at meetings, running a laboratory, balancing clinic and research.
ARTOP Post-Residency Fellowship website:
For questions, please contact ARTOP Director below:
Gabriel Corfas, PhD.
University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine
UM-EEO/AA STATEMENT: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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