NIAID Now | April 02, 2019
Studying transcripts produced in Ebola models, working directly with patients affected by HIV and hepatitis C, and releasing a hammer-headed bat fitted with a GPS tracker in the Republic of Congo: these were opportunities available to past trainees through NIAID training programs. Whether you are a high school student or an early-career scientist, NIAID offers training opportunities for individuals from varying educational backgrounds and supports trainees from underrepresented communities and disadvantaged backgrounds. Trainees conduct research focused on infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases in NIAID laboratories, providing a unique scientific research training environment in basic, translational, and clinical research.
New information on the NIAID website highlights training opportunities for the next generation of biomedical researchers. Read more about fellowship, internship, and training opportunities at NIAID on Research Training at NIAID.