Researchers investigate social, behavioral and ethical factors that facilitate translation of genomic discoveries for health promotion, disease prevention, genetic counseling and health care improvements. Trainees will work closely with internationally recognized social and behavioral scientists, clinical investigators and bioethicists during their fellowship.
For further information, contact Dr. Colleen McBride, Chief, Social and Behavioral Research Branch.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should apply online through the NIH Research and Training Opportunities page. All new applicants are required to submit a curriculum vitae, a 1-3 page letter of research interests and the names of three potential referees. Applicants should highlight how their research interests and career goals fit within the overall research mission of the Social and Behavioral Research Branch.