UCLA is seeking Ph.D. and M.D postdoctoral scholars for a T32 training program funded by the National Institute of Mental Health in HIV combination prevention and its comorbid conditions, focusing on novel technologies and reducing health disparities. UCLA offers an intensive and innovative, behaviorally-focused training experience that includes additional academic training, participation in research projects, and professional development, with a strong emphasis on technical writing, grant preparation, and networking. Trainees will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of research in Los Angeles, Asia, Africa and South America; major RCTs involving mental health, substance abuse, behavioral economics and health disparities among high-risk populations; and, novel technologies and research methods, including rapid diagnostic testing and social network analysis.
Successful graduates of this training program will
• Participate in day-to-day execution of several projects under the mentorship of a faculty member;
• Present findings in at least one major scientific conference annually and multiple regional conferences;
• Publish at least two first-authored papers annually in leading journals and collaborate on other peer-reviewed papers; and,
• Receive a multi-year grant or career development award and an academic position on a topic related to HIV.
Eligibility: Must be a U.S citizen or a green-card holder with a Ph.D. or M.D.