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UConn Health Richard D. Berlin
Center for Cell Analysis & Modeling

CCAM Training Program

Postdoctoral Opportunities in Cell Analysis and Modeling

The postdoctoral program includes students from a variety of scientific disciplines who wish to expand their training in quantitative analysis and modeling of cell biology. Trainees are encouraged to take advantage of specific courses to augment their training across disciplines.

  • For trainees from biology backgrounds, didactic courses in mathematical modeling, computational techniques, fundamental mathematics, or biophysical/imaging techniques may be taken.
  • Trainees with backgrounds in the physical sciences and mathematics are encouraged to learn biology by auditing graduate biology courses in cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, or neuroscience, with additional specialized tutorials with CCAM faculty to augment their understanding of biological mechanisms.

All trainees also participate in CCAM journal club and group meeting. The CCAM group meeting is a broad-based forum where all members of CCAM present their research, and is a remarkably effective tool for cross-disciplinary teaching and developing interdisciplinary scientists. Following a year of cross-disciplinary training, postdoctoral trainees will be encouraged to pursue individual postdoctoral fellowships.

See current postdoctoral positions in our employment pages.

Or, contact CCAM faculty members directly regarding a postdoctoral position in their research group. Descriptions of faculty research and their contact information can be found on their CCAM faculty pages.

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