Women’s Reproductive Health Research Career Development Program (NIH K12)
*Currently OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS (closing October 4, 2021)
New Search for K12 Supported Research Faculty
The UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences is searching for 2 research faculty to participate in the NIH K12 Women’s Reproductive Health Research Career Development Program (the WRHR) beginning July 2022.
The WRHR is an opportunity for Obstetrician/Gynecologists to gain the critical skills, mentorship, and experience needed to advance their research career. Successful candidates will have a research track record and commitment to an pursuing an independent research career.
We seek candidates whose experience, research, or service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and structural change. We welcome applicants with research interest in health inequities and/or social determinants of health, including the impact of structural racism on health and well-being.
The UCSF Women’s Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) Career Development Program recruits and assists outstanding junior faculty acquire the new skills they need to reach their research goals. The program was first funded in 1998 in the initial round of WRHR awards.
Integrated Training in Reproductive Sciences (NIH T32)
This program prepares physicians and scientists for investigative careers in reproductive biology. During its 35 year history, this multifaceted and broadly-based program has trained over 100 postdoctoral fellows. Postdoctoral training is offered to PhDs in related disciplines and to clinically trained MD scientists with prior specialty training. The strengths of the program are:
- the diverse skills and interests of the faculty
- the interactiveness of the faculty
- our substantial laboratory resources
- the outstanding environment for research, mentoring and training in reproduction, development, endocrinology, cell biology, genetics and related areas at UCSF
Workshops for all CRS trainees serve as a forum for trainees to present their research-in-progress, learn about work done in other labs, and hear from invited speakers.
Center for Reproductive Sciences Annual Retreat
The CRS Annual Retreat is a day-long, off-site event featuring an invited keynote speaker, presentations by CRS trainees and faculty, and poster sessions.
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