Postdoctoral candidates have an unrivaled opportunity to work with the innovative, groundbreaking scientific teams at the Morgridge Institute for Research, which is devoted to research across the lifespan to benefit human health. Successful fellows will work with and learn from investigators at the forefront of discovery and be part of dynamic interdisciplinary and collaborative research teams. Leadership and research areas include:
• Phil Newmark — Regenerative Biology
Applications Accepted on a Rolling Basis
Contact: Debora Treu
Fellowship Recipients are mentored by both a Morgridge Institute principal investigator and a University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty member, increasing collaboration between Morgridge strategic areas of expertise and UW-Madison faculty.
“By working together with both a great public university and private institute, our fellowships help connect people across disciplines that will benefit from more robust collaboration,” says Morgridge CEO Brad Schwartz.
Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the year, with start dates for the current round no earlier than July 1, 2017.