The Reilly Center is offering the Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine to hire postdoctoral researcher for their Program in Medicine and the Liberal Arts, in the history or sociology of medicine. PhD individuals who have expertise in all areas of history or sociology of medicine are encouraged to apply for the fellowship.
The purpose of introducing the Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine is to seek the assistance of postdoctoral individuals for researcher program. The fellowship will grant excellent financial benefits to the selected individual. The accepted applicant will have the opportunity to participate in developing the new undergraduate Program in Medicine, and the Liberal Arts will engage in service and mentorship of students.
University of Notre Dame’s John J. Reilly Center established in 1985 is an institute for Science, Technology, and Values brings the sciences and humanities together to explore the nature and impact of science, technology, and medicine. The centre focuses on the intersections between the humanities and social sciences and the sciences and medicine.
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The given table shall furnish more details regarding the scholarship to the entrant:
|Organization||University of Notre Dame Reilly Center|
|Subjects||History/Sociology of Medicine|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
Who May be Eligible?
The applicants must refer to the eligibility requirements to apply for the Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine-
- Applicants must have completed a PhD.
- The applicant must have expertise in all areas of history or sociology of medicine.
How to Apply?
Applicants may access the application for the Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine through Interfolio Link. The applicants must follow the guidelines adequately and complete the application form.
- The recipient of the Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine will be assisted in developing new professional skills and starting or continuing a research program with mentorship from the senior faculty and faculty development resources. The recipient will also receive a salary of $55, 000 and benefits and a $5,000 research fund.
The applications are now open for Postdoctoral Fellowship in History or Sociology of Medicine.