USBJD seeks Young Investigators

Apply now for USBJD Grant Mentoring Program

The United States Bone and Joint Decade (USBJD) is looking for early-career clinical investigators. Under the USBJD grant mentoring program, young investigators have the opportunity to work with experienced researchers in the musculoskeletal field. They also receive assistance in securing funding and developing other survival skills required for pursuing an academic career.

The program is open to promising junior faculty, senior fellows, or postdoctoral researchers nominated by their department or division chairs. It is also open to senior fellows or residents who are doing research and have a faculty appointment in place or confirmed. Basic and clinical investigators, without or with training awards (including K awards), are invited to apply.

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