Predoctoral Information

Trainees will be NRSA-eligible pre-doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows at HSPH in the Departments of Environmental Health and Genetics and Complex Diseases, which jointly administer the NIEHS sponsored grant. Applicants will ordinarily be chosen from PhD candidates who have matriculated to the Program in Biological Sciences in Public Health (BPH). The Program Directors will work closely with admissions coordinators to evaluate the potential for interdisciplinary research careers related to studies in genes and the environment.