Applications are invited for consideration to the following position


Institute for Genomic Health

Budget Title:

Postdoctoral Associate

Salary Range:

(Based Upon Experience)


Descriptive Title:

Postdoctoral Associate

Full-time, Monday - Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, 37.5 hours per week



Description of Duties:

We are seeking applications for a postdoctoral research fellow interested in conducting research on interventions that promote the careers of underrepresented individuals in the biomedical and health disparities research workforce. This postdoctoral fellow will also join a vibrant health equity research community supported by the Translational Program of Health Disparities Research Training (TRANSPORT) at SUNY Downstate. The TRANSPORT postdoctoral fellow receives salary support for a two-year period. In addition, this fellow may be eligible to receive support for their research and research-related expenses (e.g., travel, publications, and supplies). The second year of support is contingent upon successful achievement of milestones, and a progress report submitted after year one. At the conclusion of the two-year fellowship, it is expected that the fellow will have published peer-reviewed papers, generated pilot data, and established networks that will facilitate transition to career development awards and future independent funding. TRANSPORT: TRANSPORT is a National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD)-funded $10 million S21 Health Disparities Endowment grant that provides a foundation for developing a diverse biomedical research workforce. The SUNY Downstate TRANSPORT-Postdoctoral Fellowship seeks to support post-graduate fellows who are from backgrounds that are underrepresented in biomedical research, and who are dedicated to developing a career in academic research. Application process: Email the following documents as one continuous PDF to Please use the following subject heading: TRANSPORT Postdoctoral Fellowship in Interventions Research. 1.The candidate’s CV/resume. 2.A cover letter describing the candidate’s career goals, interest in intervention research, and evidenceof prior research productivity such as abstracts, publications, grants, or scientific presentations. Applications are preferred by July 1 and will be reviewed until the position is filled. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Marcus Lambert at


REQUIRED: Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in the biomedical, nursing, allied health professions, behavioral or public health sciences (MD, PhD, PhD/MD, DNP, or equivalent). The ideal candidate has excellent writing and communication skills and a strong background in quantitative research methodology, biostatistics, and/or qualitative research methods. According to NIH guidelines, applicants for this fellowship are individuals from groups identified as nationally underrepresented in the biomedical, clinical, behavioral and social sciences. These groups include: individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities, individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and women. NOT-OD-20-031: Updated Notice of NIH's Interest in Diversity. Applicants who have had previous independent research awards such as an R01 or program project are ineligible for this program. However, "K"-type awardees are eligible. PREFERRED: Interest in health equity and health disparities related topics.

Persons interested should mail their resume and a letter of introduction

Additional Information: Interested candidates are to follow the instructions listed above.

Closing Date for Receipt of Applications: 01/01/29

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