|Environmental/Occupational Epidemiology - Financial Support/Training Grants|
Dr. Marilie Gammon directs the Environmental Epidemiology Training Program for the Department of Epidemiology, which is funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences as a multi-disciplinary training grant to Dr. Amy Herring in the Department of Biostatistics. The Training Program in Environmental Epidemiology offers 6 predoctoral and 3 postdoctoral positions that provide funds to be applied trainee stipends, tuition remission, health insurance, and some travel costs. Application for Training Grant positions is competitive.
Graduate Student Research Assistantships
Research assistantships (RAs) offer students an opportunity to gain research-related experience, develop close working relationships with faculty, and sometimes earn co-authorship on peer-reviewed publications. Information on the type of assistantships available and how to locate them is available from Student Services. A small number of RA positions are typically available in the Environmental/Occupational program. Students interested in an assistantship should submit an application form (available from Student Services), and should discuss this interest with their advisors.
Students in the Environmental/Occupational Epidemiology training program are sometimes able to secure funding through sources that external to the university. Below is a list of a number of the external sources from which students have received financial support.
|Last updated April 01, 2013|