post doctoral fellowship | Scholarship for Nigerians and Africans - Part 2

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Transitional Media, New York

Post-Doctoral Fellowship In Transnational Media
Cultural Studies & Media Department Eugene Lang College The New School For Liberal Arts
Eugene Lang College The New School For Liberal Arts Seeks A One-Year Postdoctoral Fellow Appointed In The Department Of Culture And Media, Beginning In Fall 2011, As Part Of A Multi-Year Initiative Funded By The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Fellow Will Contribute To The Building Of International Joint Programs In Media And Communication Studies With The American University Of Paris. The Fellow’s Research Interests Should Coincide With The Department’s Mandate To Study Media In A Transnational Context.
Scholarship Application Deadline: Applications Will Begin Jan 15, 2011; The Position Will Remain Open Until Filled.

Further Scholarship Information and Application

Institute Post Doctoral Fellowship at IIT Madras, India

It is proposed to offer a number of Institute PostDoctoral
Fellowships (PDF) at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras.(IIT Madras). It is a temporary research position which may be offered for those who seek to choose research as a profession. The research work during the postdoctoral period can be in areas that are of interest, both to the postdoctoral fellows and the Institute.(Institute henceforth refers to IIT Madras) The presence of the postdoctoral fellows at the Institute will further enhance the research culture and output of the Institute and help promote interdisciplinary research. It is a transition phase which can also help a fresh doctorate transform into an independent researcher before taking up a research career.

Scholarship Application Deadline: Applications are received throughout the year. Invitation for interview will be sent by the respective departments if found suitable after scrutinizing the application.

Further Scholarship Information and Application

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology and Behavioral Research, USA

The Division of Health Behavior Research in the Department of Internal Medicine and the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO are seeking applicants for a post-doctoral fellowship position in cancer epidemiology and behavioral research. This fellowship focuses on the development of research expertise in epidemiology and behavioral research partly within the context of a National Cancer Institute-funded study focused on the geographic variation of colorectal cancer survival.

The environment of the Division of Health Behavior Research fosters collaboration with a multidisciplinary group of clinical and non-clinical researchers at Washington University School of Medicine and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center. Other cancer-related research within the Division of Health Behavior Research includes quality-of-life studies, cancer-related behavioral studies, and epidemiologic studies relating to geographic variation in cancer prevention and control.

Qualifications: Qualified individuals must hold a doctoral level degree (Ph.D., M.D., DrPH, or equivalent) and must be a US citizen or have permanent resident status. Salary is commensurate with experience and year doctorate received. This training position is of two year duration. Health insurance benefit is available. Start date can be negotiated.

Scholarship Application Deadline: Until Filled
Further Scholarship Information and Application