About Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Join Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, one of the nation’s most active centers of medical research. Every day, Temple scientists are advancing the fight against disease, pushing the boundaries of medical science and working to alter the course of serious illness. These advances are being made through basic science and translational research that is unraveling the molecular mysteries of disease. Researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine have made groundbreaking advances across the scientific spectrum, including in the areas of cancer biology, cardiovascular and thrombosis research, cell and developmental biology, HIV research, immunology and autoimmunity, neuroscience, pharmacology, pulmonary research and substance use disorder research. The researchers at the medical school are recognized at national and international levels and are primarily funded by NIH.
Why Train At Lewis Katz School of Medicine?
At Lewis Katz School of Medicine, our goal is to offer timely and practical training that adds value to the postdoctoral experience while evolving with the ever-changing training landscape. Our strategy has been to offer a program that enhances our postdoc’s research skills, career development, and social and personal skills. During their training, post-doctoral fellows can participate in workshops, panel discussions, seminars, and networking opportunities designed to advance lab management skills, grantsmanship, communication, and academic and industry career exploration. Post-doctoral scholars automatically receive the stipend level set by NIH along with the health benefits.
Need more information?
Questions? Email Uma Sajjan, Ph.D., Director for Postdoctoral Affairs at Lewis Katz School of Medicine, firstname.lastname@example.org.