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Training Opportunities

REACT-affiliated T32 and other training opportunities at UAB

To apply for these training opportunities, contact us or call (205) 996-4086. Learn about new training opportunities by joining our email list.

Interdisciplinary Training in Pathobiology and Rehabilitation Medicine

M. Bamman, PhD, Director, REACT Center; UAB Center for Exercise Medicine

A T32 post-doctoral training opportunity with the goal of developing future leaders in translational rehabilitation research who are equipped to understand pathobiology of disease and test novel rehabilitative strategies that will alleviate functional impairment and compromised life quality in the face of chronic disease management. Learn more.
Sponsor(s): NIH National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR) / T32HD071866

Postdoctoral Training Program in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases Research

S. Louis Bridges, Jr., MD, PhD, Executive Committee Member, Pilot Component Director; Kenneth Saag, MD, MSc, Executive Committee Member, Education and Training Component Director

This program includes both a well-defined research program that emphasizes science relevant to NIAMS and more specifically, rheumatic and/or musculoskeletal diseases, and T32-specific mentoring and educational efforts that foster continued development of the trainee in research in NIAMS mission areas. Learn more.
Sponsor(s): Comprehensive Arthritis, Musculoskeletal, Bone and Autoimmunity Center (CAMBAC) / T32AR069516

UAB National Research Services Award (T32) Fellowships in Health Services, Outcomes, and Effectiveness Research

Kenneth Saag, MD, MSc, Program Director; Monika Safford, MD, Co-Director

These are full-time, 2-year mentored research training positions funded through National Research Services Awards T32s. Learn more.
Sponsor(s): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) /T32HS013852

Mentor-Based Fellowship in Rehabilitation Research: Training in Physical Activity Promotion for MS

Rob Motl, PhD, Director, Mobile Technology Laboratory.

A post-doctoral training grant for promotion of physical activity in multiple sclerosis.
Sponsor(s): National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) / MB0029