Training Grant Opportunities for Pre- and Post-doctoral Fellows
The Department of Environmental Health Sciences has several training programs that complement the research-based training of our doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows.
The Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health, sponsored by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, provides healthcare professionals with the training and tools needed to address occupational and environmental health challenges of today and tomorrow. Their multidisciplinary graduate programs educate professionals for careers in research, practice, education and policy development.
The goal of this five-year project is to build strong capacity in research and intervention science in order to empower the Mongolian public health community—researchers, practitioners and stakeholders—to identify and reduce preventable risk factors for chronic diseases.
The program provides multidisciplinary training opportunities in lung disease research at both the predoctoral and postdoctoral levels to develop outstanding, independent investigators interested in pulmonary disease.
The mission of the EHSTP is to provide the academic and research foundation for graduate and post-graduate scientists to become future leaders of interdisciplinary research projects that seek to understand the role that environmental exposures play in the etiology and exacerbation of human disease and apply this knowledge to develop prevention and intervention strategies.
The two-year program is designed to prepare physicians for a career in the specialty of occupational and environmental medicine.