The San Diego IRACDA (Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Awards) program is a National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences-supported postdoctoral fellowship program at the University of California, San Diego that provides three years of support for mentored postdoctoral training in biomedical research combined with training in teaching and other critical academic skills. A fourth year of support may be provided for those fellows that need more training.
Applications are being accepted for Stanford PRISM (Postdoctoral Recruitment Initiative in Sciences and Medicine). In late February, the PRISM program will host select late-stage graduate students from diverse backgrounds who are planning their postdoctoral training. The purpose of this weekend is to provide students who might not currently be considering a postdoctoral position at Stanford with a first-hand look at our training environment.