March 10, 2013
Forsyth, a world leader in oral health research, has embarked on its second century by moving to a new research facility in Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA. We are currently seeking talented post-docs to join us in our mission of improving oral and overall health. Postdoctoral training is a major strength at Forsyth, and is funded, in part, by a T32 Institutional Postdoctoral Training award, supported by NIDCR.
Our program is seeking highly committed, research-career oriented postdoctoral applicants. Support is available for up to three years. Training is available for (a) dentists, with or without the PhD, who seek to obtain collaborative, multidisciplinary research training (basic, translational, or clinical) applicable to oral and craniofacial diseases, conditions and disorders and (b) PhD’s who desire to develop careers in oral health research that will take advantage of the most current scientific and collaborative strategies.
Trainees must be US citizens or hold the “green card” at the time of appointment. Interested individuals should complete the application, send a current curriculum vitae, a description of research interests, contact information for three references, and the name of the desired Forsyth laboratory/mentor to:
Dr. Thomas Van Dyke, Program Director
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