POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING

Postdoctoral fellowships with generous stipends are available for highly qualified trainees. 

Trainees receive health and dental insurance. Some highly qualified trainees are eligible for National Library of Medicine/NIH Fellowships, which include more generous stipends and travel expenses. Qualified postdoctoral trainees from under–represented minority groups are eligible for additional travel and other training benefits. View the Computational Bioscience Postdoctoral Fellowship flyer.

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How to Apply

Potential postdoctoral fellows should identify a member of the Computational Bioscience core faculty with an allied research interest. We strongly encourage applicants to discuss their interest with that faculty member before applying.

Individuals interested in applying for postdoctoral fellowships should submit: 

  • a statement of research interests
  • desired research mentor(s)
  • a list of three (3) references
  • curriculum vitae

Electronic submissions should be sent to Caitlin Moloney at caitlin.moloney@cuanschutz.edu.

OR

Print submissions may be mailed to:

Attn: Caitlin Moloney
Computational Bioscience Program
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Mail Stop 8303
12800 E. 19th Ave.
Aurora, CO 80045-0511

CU Denver | Anschutz Postdoctoral Office

The PDO serves as an informational resource for postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and administrators. The office can assist with understanding policies, supporting your postdoctoral training, and helping you develop career and professional skills.

Learn more about the Postdoctoral Office.