Connecting the social and built environment to health and health inequalities

Opportunities

There are multiple opportunities for both pre- and post-doctoral training in the SEH program both through existing grant support and potential administrative supplements from the National Institutes of Health. For those interested in pre-doctoral training, our faculty work with degree-granting departments around campus (particularly in the School of Public Health) to support a limited number of Graduate Student Research Assistantships. For those interested in post-doctoral fellowships, there are several opportunities related to the climate change (PI Gronland) and social epigenomics (PI Hicken) projects. If you are interested in joining the SEH program on one of the faculty projects described, please contact that faculty member to learn more