Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Scholars receive state-of-the art training, collaborative opportunities and in-depth mentoring experiences that enable them to develop independent research programs in women's health. Junior faculty with appointment or joint appointment in the Colleges of Medicine, Public Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, Health Sciences or Dentistry are eligible to apply.
BUILDING INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH CAREERS IN WOMEN’S HEALTH (BIRCWH) PROGRAM CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Directors of BIRCWH program are seeking applications from faculty interested in participating in the NIH sponsored BIRCWH training program at the University of Kentucky.
The BIRCWH program is designed to enhance and strengthen the research careers of junior faculty. BIRCWH Scholars receive training, collaborative opportunities and mentoring experiences that enable them to develop independent research programs in women's health. The selection process is competitive. Scholars selected to participate in this comprehensive program will be required to commit 75 percent of their professional time to BIRCWH program.
ONE position will be available August 17, 2020. Applications for this call for proposals are accepted through July 17, 2020.
Information on the application process can be found here.
Please contact Emily Clear (Emily.Clear@uky.edu) with any questions.