Post-Doctoral Fellow Research

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Interdisciplinary Training in Cancer, Caregiving, & End of Life Care

This Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program, funded by a T32 from the National Institute of Nursing Research, builds upon the expertise and research opportunities with the University of Utah Center on Aging, the Huntsman Cancer Institute, and NIH funded research at the College of Nursing in Cancer, Caregiving, and End-of-Life Care.

Nurse Scientist Fellows become members of the community of scholars at the College of Nursing and are provided with the full array of resources available within the Emma Eccles Jones Nursing Research Center. This premiere center occupies the entire top floor of the recently transformed College of Nursing Annette Poulson Cumming Building.

Full-time fellowships include mentorship and active engagement in interdisciplinary research in cancer, caregiving or end-of-life care. Fellows receive support to advance their own research in these areas.

Fellowship Options

  • In residence
  • Distance-based with intensive on-site experiences

Fellowship Components

  • Mentorship
  • Interdisciplinary Research Training & Experience
  • Professional Development Opportunities

To Express Interest

Submit the Post-Doctoral Fellowship Interest Form to Diane Ballard at diane.ballard@nurs.utah.edu. Dr. Lee Ellington will contact you.