The CGREAL Post-doctoral program at Case Western Reserve University is currently recruiting trainees who are have demonstrated promise as researchers in interdisciplinary fields that are relevant to genetic research ethics and law and who can immediately benefit from didactic training and intensive mentorship. Its major goal is to train researchers whose work is focused on seeking answers to ethical, legal and social questions surrounding the design and conduct of human genetic research, and the development of sound ways to implement such answers in policy.
Because of the interdisciplinary nature of this research, it is often the case that individuals come to work on ELSI topics an idiosyncratic fashion. To remediate this, we offer a flexible 1-2 year training program to help guide young investigators to this field of study and to provide them with integrated but focused training.
For more information, go to: http://www.case.edu/med/bioethics/cgreal/postdoc_fellowships.htm