Applicants must ...
1. Be US citizens or non-citizen permanent residents lawfully admitted for permanent residence and in possession of an Alien Registration Receipt Card (I-151 or I-155) or some other verification of legal admission to the US as a permanent citizen. Individuals on temporary or student visas are not eligible.
2. Have earned such a degree as MD, PhD, DO, DDS, DVM, OD, DC, PharmD, ND, as well as the clinical PhD (e.g. psychologists) or be nurses with doctoral degrees.
3. Have completed any postgraduate training (postdoctoral fellowship, residency, or clinical fellowship) and have no more than six years of post-degree research experience.
4. Be conducting research in one of the following five areas of women’s health: (1) Reproduction, (2) Adolescent Health, (3) Geriatrics, (4) Infectious Disease & Immunology, and (5) Minority Health & Health Disparities.
5. Be eligible to be appointed at the early assistant professor level.
6. Not have been a principal investigator on an RO1, R21 or sub-project of a Program Project (P01).
7. Be willing to spend at least 75% of their full professional effort on research.
Who should apply?
- Successful applicants will not be new to research but will have some training in basic science or clinical research methods.
- They will have developed a research interest in one of the areas mentioned in the paragraph above, the focus of which is not generic, but is clearly on a women's health issue.
- They will be able to show evidence of publication as first author in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to obtain independent research funding.
- The selection process will emphasize
talent, commitment to women’s health, and applicant's aptness for work with our
selection of mentors and the
diversity of our program.
Send full application packet (including all items below) to Abbey B. Berenson, MD, PhD
1. Application face page (located here)
2. Current CV
3. Statement of research interests and goals specifically related to women's health
4. Names of 3 references
Policy on Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action. The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or status as a Vietnam era veteran in any of its policies, practices, and procedures. In addition, The University of Texas Medical Branch does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, financial aid, educational services, access to facilities and services. The university, in accordance with applicable federal and state laws and regulations, is committed to developing and implementing affirmative action strategies with respect to minority individuals, women, Vietnam era veterans, and persons with disabilities.
Policy on Criminal Background Screening. The University of Texas Medical Branch hererequires that a criminal background check be completed on all personnel prior to beginning the BIRCWH Program. Applicants will be required to complete a form authorizing the university to complete the criminal background check.