Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics- NIH T32 Training Grant
          This is a focused program for predoctoral students in basic and translational approaches to neurodegenerative disease, generally supporting students in the third and fourth year of graduate school. A primary goal is to expose students to biological mechanisms and research approaches used across neurodegenerative disease, rather than single-disease training.

Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics- Postdoctoral Fellowships
          Offering salary, benefits, travel Allowances, relocation, administative support and career development.
Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics- Training Program in Neurodegeneration (TPiN)
          The Training Program in Neurodegeneration aims to promote the development and success of trainees at all levels (undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral) who are interested in pursuing careers in the field of neurodegeneration research.

Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics- Undergraduate Training Programs
          Are you interested in exploring a career as a researcher in Neurodegeneration? A position as an undergraduate research assistant in the Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics (CNET) may be the right fit for you. Previous CNET undergraduate trainees have continued their training in graduate, medical, dental, nursing and physician assistant programs or accepted positions in academic or commercial labs. 

Neuroscience Roadmap Scholars Program
          There is a deficit in diversity of talented trainees that leads to a lack of competitiveness and innovation in neuroscience research. The UAB Neuroscience Roadmap Scholars Program meets this need by providing the necessary tools to succeed with the support of the National Institues of Health (NINDS R25 NS089463) and the UAB Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 

Center for Exercise Medicine- T32 Pre-and Post-Doctoral Training Program
          The overarching goal of the training program is to develop burgeoning scientists into future leaders in translational rehabilitation research‚ÄĒscientists who are equipped to test and disseminate novel rehabilitative strategies that will alleviate impairment and compromised life quality in the face of chronic disease management. Exercise Medicine is a major focus of this training program.

Nutrition Obesity Research Center- Pre-Doctoral Training in Obesity-Related Research
          This university‚Äźwide training program is open to students from any UAB graduate program. Research emphasis is on obesity, particularly as related to cardiovascular diseases.

Department of Genetics- T32 Program 
          This training grant is an Institutional Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) T32 grant funded by the NHGRI within the National Institutes of Health (NIH), created to prepare postdoctoral trainees for academic careers in genomic medicine. It assists trainees in obtaining skills necessary for the conception, planning, and conduct of research in genomic medicine and subsequent presentation and publication of results. 

Department of Neurobiology- T32 Training Program in Cognition & Cognitive Disorders
          The Department of Neurobiology leads an outstanding training program in the Neurobiology of Cognition and Cognitive Disorders (C&CD), supported by an NIH training grant (NINDS T32NS061788). The program typically funds students during their third and fourth year of graduate training in basic, translational, or clinical cognition-related neuroscience research.  

Brain-PRIME (Postdoctoral Research Initiative for Multidisciplinary Exploration)
           The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Heersink School of Medicine (HSOM) is recruiting postdoctoral fellows as part of a new cohort-based Postdoctoral Fellowship program titled Brain-PRIME (Postdoctoral Research Initiative for Multidisciplinary Exploration). This initiative is part of a major school-wide strategic investment in the neurosciences, and builds upon recent  recruitment efforts at the faculty level. Recruitment is for PhD or PhD/MD scientists to pursue basic or translational research in existing research laboratories in one or more of 27 academic departments across the HSOM.