Apply for the BIRCWH Career Development Program
The BIRCWH Program (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health) provides advanced training, mentoring, and career guidance for junior faculty leading to an independent interdisciplinary scientific career. BIRCWH research spans the entire spectrum of women’s health topics, and the program is open to all types of disciplines, clinicians and non-clinicians.
BIRCWH scholars receive salary support (up to $100,000 per year) for a minimum of two years and must dedicate 75% of full professional effort to research and professional development related to their BIRCWH project. Junior faculty from NCCU and Duke are invited to apply. Fellows and post-docs may apply with a letter from their chair stating that by the first date of their award they will have a faculty appointment, which is not contingent on their receipt of BIRCWH funding
Letters of Intent are due January 21, 2022. Applications are due March 18, 2022.
Learn more and access the application here.