The Center for Pain Research and Behavioral Health provides excellent postdoctoral training opportunities to graduate students who have completed or are nearing completion of their doctoral programs. Individuals interested in applying should directly contact investigators with whom they would like to work. Funding may be available via externally funded projects. Prospective postdoctoral trainees may also be interested in applying for the IMPART Training Grant, a training program in pain and aging funded by the National Institute on Aging (R. Fillingim, Director), or the Translational Science Training to Reduce the Impact of Alcohol on HIV Infection Training Grant funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (R. Cook, R. Leeman, and R. Lucero, Directors).
Investigators in the Center for Pain Research and Behavioral Health accept graduate students primarily through the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology and Doctoral Program in Rehabilitation Science. Prospective students are encouraged to directly contact Center investigators to determine whether they are taking students for a given application cycle.
Undergraduate students at the University of Florida who are interested in gaining research experience are encouraged to contact Center investigators regarding possible openings for volunteers. Students should include a current CV with relevant coursework, lab experience, and GPA. Course credit may be available.