Whitehead Fellow Position
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
Cambridge, MA, US
The Whitehead Institute (http://wi.mit.edu/) is seeking applications from outstanding candidates for its Whitehead Fellows Program (https://wi.mit.edu/whitehead-fellows-program).
Whitehead Fellows are recently graduated PhDs and MDs who possess a record of significant accomplishment, have demonstrated capacity to solve major research problems, and have proven potential for independent research.
Whitehead Fellows receive dedicated lab space and comprehensive lab funding, access to shared technical facilities, and many opportunities to engage with Institute and MIT faculty and the Kendall Square research and innovation environments. Fellows are appointed for a three-year term with the expectation that it will be extended to five years—and they do not have teaching responsibilities. Fellows are expected to develop and lead a vibrant, independent research program. For more information about the Whitehead Fellows Program and its alumni visit: (https://wi.mit.edu/select-past-fellows).
We welcome applicants from any biology-related field and especially encourage applications from candidates who are members of historically underrepresented communities. We are committed to providing our fellows with a supportive environment that emphasizes mentoring and is mindful of diverse backgrounds.
Applicants should submit a CV and a 400-word statement that summarizes both their previous research and their vision for the research they plan to conduct as a Fellow. In addition, three letters of references should be submitted each through the application portal.
Applications open twice yearly, once on November 1st with a deadline of January 1st, and again on June 1st with a deadline of August 1st.
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Whitehead Institute is an equal opportunity employer. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the Whitehead Institute and the Institute is committed to non-discrimination in employment.
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