UCLA Collaboratory Fellow Award Program
QCB Collaboratory is searching for a postdoc or project scientist who can collaborate and teach bioinformatics to life science and medical researchers.
JULY – DECEMBER 2019
The Collaboratory Fellow Award Program is a prestigious funding mechanism available to postdocs and project scientists conducting research in computational biology and bioinformatics.
Collaboratory Fellow responsibilities are designed to provide career development opportunities complementary to those of their host laboratory: developing a collaborative network; broadening research impact and training; and expanding a teaching portfolio.
Awards are typically $12,500 and for a renewable six-month period. Fellows are responsible for:
- teaching one workshop per quarter
- dedicating one day per week to Collaboratory projects
- attending monthly group meetings
To apply e-mail the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- a curriculum vitae (CV)
- 2-page research proposal
- 1-page teaching proposal
- 1 letter of recommendation
- 1 letter of support from UCLA PI
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2019