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Training Programs

"Cooperative Training in Environmental Sciences Research"

Cooperative Agreement with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

This cooperative agreement is a training grant that provides stipend and tuition support for postdoctoral and predoctoral trainees who work on collaborative projects between NCSU faculty from several different colleges (Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Physical and Mathematical Sciences) and EPA scientists. There have been over 20 of these positions filled over the last three years.

"Environmental Molecular and Cellular Pathology"

Training Grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

This is a training grant from NIH for stipend and tuition support for postdoctoral research specifically designed for individuals with the DVM degree who have finished their residency in Pathology and are enrolled in the Ph.D. program with a research project involving some aspect of molecular pathology. Areas of interest are inflammation, carcinogenesis, signal transduction, and molecular immunology and toxicology. There are four positions per year on this grant.