Job Opportunity - Research Analyst
We seek a highly motivated Masters-level analyst interested in lung cancer disparities to join our team. Details of the opportunity and how to apply are here.
Postdoctoral Fellow Opportunity in Lung Cancer Disparities!
We seek a highly motivated individual interested in developing novel methodologies to address lung cancer disparities to join our team. Details of the opportunity and how to apply are here.
Aldrich Genetic Epidemiology Lab:
Integrative biomedical research projects in the Aldrich Genetic Epidemiology Lab include the genetic epidemiology and cancer epidemiology of lung cancer in underrepresented populations, population genetics, and health disparities. The Aldrich Lab welcomes individuals of diverse backgrounds and cultures, particularly from members underrepresented in STEMM including persons of color, women, and LGBTQ individuals.
The TREAT group welcomes students at Vanderbilt to conduct research with our collaborative team. Please contact Melinda Aldrich, Eric Grogan or Steve Deppen if you are interested.
- Interdisciplinary Graduate PhD Program
- Vanderbilt Epidemiology PhD Program
- Vanderbilt Graduate Program in Biostatistics
- Department of Biomedical Informatics Training Program
- Medical students through the Office of Medical Student Research
- Undergraduate students through the Department of Medicine, Health, and Society or other programs
We also welcome interested PhD and MD students outside of Vanderbilt to contact us about a rotation. Interested individuals outside of Vanderbilt must have full funding support for one year.
Postdoctoral positions are available through the Section of Surgical Sciences T32 training grant ( Goldenring PI) and the VA Quality Scholars Fellowship Program (Dittus PI). Please contact Eric Grogan if you are interested.
Postdoctoral positions are also available through the PRoGRESS T32 program (Roumie PI). Please contact Melinda Aldrich if you are interested.