We accept applications from visiting scientists from other US institutions and abroad, including faculty that want to spend a sabbatical with our program. Please send your application and CV to Dr. Boeckh. Typically, visiting scientists come for a period of one year to do research in one of our areas (VIDD Research Interests). Shorter-term visits may be possible depending on the scope of the project. Generally, scientists are expected to bring their own funding for at least one year.
The ID fellowship program of the Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the University of Washington is a two to four year training experience intended for those interested in an academic career. Both MD and PhD fellows are invited to apply.
The ID fellowship is funded by training grants from the National Institutes of Health, private funding agencies, and institutional sources.
Currently, 25 fellows participate in the ID fellowship program, with 7-10 new ID fellows accepted each year. For more information about how to apply for a Fellowship at The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, please see ID Fellowships Application or contact Dr. David Fredricks.
If you are interested in a postdoctoral lab position, please send your letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Dr. Boeckh. Generally, applicants without funding will only be considered in rare circumstances unless there is a job opening.