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NIH Women’s Health Clinical Fellowship

This is a fellowship designed to train scientists to address key issues in women’s health research. For a list of potential mentors and research projects, see

The fellowship offers not only the opportunity to carry out clinical, epidemiological or translational research but also to participate in relevant clinical rotations and in the NIH-Duke Training Program in Clinical Research, that leads to a Master’s Degree. Fellows will be expected to attend the Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research course during their first year. Available to doctoral-level fellows within five years of receipt of the doctoral degree. Must be U. S. citizen or permanent resident.

Fellowship includes:

  • stipend
  • travel to one scientific meeting per year
  • a supplies and services budget for the laboratory
  • money for additional training, to ensure sufficient scientific/medical background through advanced coursework

Applications must be made on-line, by January 15, at

The Women’s Health Postdoctoral Fellowship is funded by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health ( through a generous grant from AstraZeneca ( and presented in collaboration with the NIH Intramural Program on Research on Women’s Health, the Office of Research on Women’s Health, and the Office of Intramural Research (

List of mentors and research projects

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