The Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine offers career opportunities for full and part time positions, pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships, and training resources within the six CNRM research Programs.
CNRM positions are listed on the HJF Careers site and on the USUHS Civilian Human Resources site.
Training Opportunities at NIH:
- Extramural Training Mechanisms
- Intramural Training Mechanisms
- Student Programs
- Postdoctoral training
HJF Research Training:
Training Opportunities at USU:
- Biomedical Graduate Education
- Neuroscience Graduate Program
- F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine
- Graduate School of Nursing
CNRM Pre-Doctoral Fellowships
To encourage outstanding applicants to enroll in the USUHS graduate Neuroscience Program, we offer Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine (CNRM) Pre-Doctoral Fellowships to exceptional applicants. The stipend for the Fellowship will be the standard USUHS graduate student stipend plus $5,000/year for three years. While at USUHS, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.2 to continue support at the Pre-Doctoral Fellowship level. Fellowship awardees will be selected from applicants to the USUHS Neuroscience Graduate Program. The Neuroscience Executive Committee will evaluate the applicants and make recommendations to the Director of the CNRM. The CNRM Director will make the final decision as to recipients of the Special Fellowship(s). CNRM Fellowship awardees are expected to exhibit an interest in pursuing basic, translational, or clinical research in neuroscience topics relevant to traumatic brain injury, post traumatic stress disorder, neuroregeneration, neuroprotection, and/or neuroplasticity. The number of Pre-Doctoral Fellowships awarded will be determined based on the number of qualified applicants and the availability of funds. For information on the USUHS Neuroscience Graduate Program or the full range of Biomedical Graduate Programs, please refer to the following websites:
Please contact Dr. Sharon L Juliano, Professor of Neuroscience, Cell & Molecular Biology and Acting Director of Neuroscience Program USU, for more information. Email
CNRM Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine will offer postdoctoral fellowships within the supported research projects across the six CNRM Programs.
- Applicants must have a doctoral degree or equivalent by the start date of employment.
- The proposed research must be within the support of a CNRM project.
The fellowship stipend offered will be determined based on the experience and qualifications of the applicant and is contingent upon the sponsor's availability of funds.
Application Instructions and Deadlines
Applicants should apply to the specific offers of employment as posted on this site. No additional application materials are required. Selection of applicants will be determined by the sponsor for the advertised position.
Please respond directly to the posted information for a specific postdoctoral position announcement. For other questions, or information, please contact the CNRM Research Program Leader or Co-Leader relevant to your research interests.