Grads & Post-Docs
CEEH Opportunities for Trainees
The CEEH has a long standing interest in promoting the career development of young scientists, starting at the predoctoral level and extending through promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor. Although the CEEH does not fund predoctoral students per se, it serves as the focal point for two NIEHS training grants that provide support to predoctoral students in seven different departments in three different schools at the University of Washington.
The Environmental Pathology and Toxicology training grant
The Environmental Pathology and Toxicology (EPT) training grant has been continuously funded since 1988 and supports selected pre- and post-doctoral students in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (School of Public Health), Pathology and Genome Sciences (School of Medicine) and Pharmaceutics and Medicinal Chemistry (School of Pharmacy). All EPT faculty members are also members of the CEEH.
Please contact Dr. Tom Montine, PI, (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
The Biostatistics, Epidemiologic & Bioinformatic Training in Environmental Health training grant
The Biostatistics, Epidemiologic & Bioinformatic Training in Environmental Health (BEBTEH) training grant supports pre- and post-doctoral students in the Departments of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics (School of Public Health), and the Department of Genome Sciences (School of Medicine). The BIBTEH training grant grew out of collaborations and research activities specifically related to the Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Methodologies Research Core (now the Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Unit of the IEHSFC), and all faculty associated with that Grant are also members of the CEEH.