Posted by: Postdoc positions by NIH
Posted date: 2017-Sep-02
The ORISE Research Participation Program at the HHS/ASPR Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) is a training and succession planning mechanism designed to provide graduate students and postgraduates, opportunities to participate in animal model and medical countermeasure (MCM) research and development.
The program is a valuable human capital tool which provides educational experiences and training in a variety of disciplines supporting the advanced development of both pharmaceuticals and devices as a means to introduce highly motivated participants to public health as a viable career field.
ORISE Fellows will engage in the following opportunities:
- Professional training and educational programs
- Literature research
- Engagement across federal agencies as it relates to CBRN threats
- Scientific /educational and development projects that support the mission of BARDA
- Research impact and outcome analysis
- Assist in the development of related policy documents
- Apply the latest science to pharmaceutical and product development
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- The participant must be enrolled in an accredited college or university working towards a masters or Ph.D. degree in professional science, engineering, public health, or medical discipline; or have received a college degree within 5 years prior to the ORISE appointment date.
Additional Background Information
- One-year ORISE Fellowship
- Beginning October 2017 (tentative)
- 3 Research Opportunities in the following areas: CHEM, RADNUC, and Antiviral Antitoxins
- All Positions are located in BARDA/CBRN
Please send questions by email to Pamela.Paynehhs.gov
HHS and BARDA are dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs.