1) Long-Term Post-Doctoral Training Option
We are no longer accepting applications for the long-term postdoctoral trainee program.
Long-term postdoctoral research training for two trainees per year, which includes one year mentored research at the U-M campus and one year mentored research project implementation in Thailand. Eligible candidates will be Thai citizens who have a PhD or equivalent research doctorate in a health-related discipline [does not have to be in nursing, but nursing preferred] completed within the past 10 years. Candidates can represent various academic and research intensive institutions in Thailand including the MOPH, universities, research institutes, etc. where research will be actively supported after postdoctoral training.
To being the application process, please submit your CV and a short statement about your specific interests in NCD research. After receipt and review of this material we will contact you with further instructions about providing the additional application documents. Acceptance is dependent on the availability of a suitable mentor.
2) Short-Term Training Option
Short-term training of 1 – 2 months for three trainees each year.
|Single-Visit, Short-Term Training Option:
To begin the application process, please submit your CV, a short statement about your specific interests in NCD research and a letter of recommendation from your director (which may be sent separately). After receipt and review of this material we will contact you with further instructions about providing the additional application documents.
The application period for the short-term program will end March 7, 2018.
3) Yearly 2-day workshops
Yearly 2-day workshops held in different geographical regions of Thailand, for all levels of postdoctoral health scientists. All workshops will include training in basic research competencies.
The next workshop is tentatively scheduled for November, 2018. Details to follow.
Alternative to Electronic Submissions:
If electronic submission is not possible, please send or fax application materials to:
Philip Furspan, PhD
University of Michigan School of Nursing
400 North Ingalls, Room 4320
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5482
Fax: (734) 764-7186