pre- and post-doctoral training fellowships in toxicology, U. of Michigan

Charles Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Sun Mar 4 11:49:59 EST 2001

Graduate and Postdoctoral Training Fellowships in Toxicology
University of Michigan

Predoctoral and postdoctoral research training Fellowships are available
through an NIEHS/NIH-sponsored training program in environmental toxicology.
Eligibility for NIH Fellowships includes U.S. citizenship or permanent
resident status. Postdoctoral candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent at
the time of appointment and select a training mentor from among the program
faculty before applying. Additional support is available through research
grants of the program faculty. Research areas of the faculty include
molecular, genetic, cell signaling, metabolic, and oxidative stress
mechanisms of toxicity with respect to reproductive, developmental, and
neural and immune systems as well as cancer research, micro- and nanosensor
development, human exposure assessment, and environmental and occupational
disease epidemiology. Details on the program faculty and Fellowships may be
found on our website: http://www.sph.umich.edu/etox/ETTG-WebSite.html/. For
further information, e-mail: toxicology at umich.edu; call the toxicology
office at Telephone: 734-764-5410; or write to: Toxicology Program,
Department of Environmental Health Sciences, 1420 Washington Heights, Ann
Arbor, MI 48109-2029. The University of Michigan offers a dynamic and
diverse scholastic community committed to the inclusion of underrepresented
minorities. Applicants of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds are strongly
encouraged to apply.


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