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Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: Board Certification
Years of Experience:
Our Fellowship provides training for clinician scientists in the field of pediatric genetic therapies and personalized medicine.
At the end of training, the specific goals are that all trainees will:
Demonstrate proficiency in basic laboratory techniques, including PCR, RT-PCR, Western Blot, primer design, immunofluorescent staining, and sequence analysis (using common programs).
Trainee Selection Criteria
Trainees will ideally be selected from candidates who have completed a residency and/or fellowship in pediatrics or a pediatrics-related specialty (e.g. Child Neurology; Pediatric Neurosurgery, etc.). Trainees will be chosen based upon demonstrated interest in academic medicine, research, and clinical expertise. Applicants are required to have U.S. citizenship or a green card; or any applicant who is not a US citizen or US permanent resident (green card) is NOT ELIGIBLE without an institutionally sponsored visa. For more detailed information, refer to the University of Utah IMG Eligibility and Exams policy. The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) is the starting point for all international medical graduates. Information concerning ECFMG certification, examinations, sponsorship, visas, DS2019 forms, and other issues is available on the ECFMG web site at www.ecfmg.org.
Three professional references
Submit above by mail or e-mail attachment to:
David Viskochil, MD, PhD and Josh Bonkowsky, MD, PhD
Primary Children’s Center for Personalized Medicine
298 Chipeta Way
Department of Pediatrics
Salt Lake City, UT 84108