Behavioral Geriatrics Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity

November 7th, 2016

The Weill Cornell T32 Training Program in Behavioral Geriatrics, led by Cary Reid MD, PhD and Holly Prigerson, PhD, is accepting MD and PhD postdoctoral trainees who seek careers that bridge biomedical and innovative social and behavioral approaches to improve care and health outcomes in older adults.

The goal of the program is for trainees to become independent investigators capable of conducting patient oriented research to improve quality of life and quality of care of the ever increasing number and proportion of older Americans.

Weill Cornell Medicine’s Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, Translational Research Institute on Pain in Later Life and Center for Research on End of Life Care are looking for strong, passionate, well-qualified and ethnically diverse applicants interested in this line of research.

Interested parties should email with the following: 1) CV and 2) a cover letter detailing interest in the program and as well as describing why the candidate thinks they might be a good fit for the program (500 word limit).

Please contact Cara Kenien ( with questions.