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Training Grants

The University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) has a large number of active NIH Training Programs that support predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees in the life sciences. These training grants focus on areas of recognized research excellence at the UMSOM and are an important source of funding for postdocs and/or students.

If you see a T32 that might be a good match for your research area, be sure to reach out to the director and/or administrator of the training grant for more information. Please note: The NIH requires US citizenship or a permanent residency to be funded by these training grants.

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There are many active NIH-funded training programs at the UMSOM covering a broad spectrum of biomedical training.

Icon of man with a light bulb brainOur Trainees

Trainees funded by our training grants include predoctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, residents, and medical fellows.

Icon of a bullseye on a dart boardTrainee Outcomes

Our trainees go into a variety of careers after they finish their training.

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Our training grants host many activities in their research areas, including journal clubs, retreats, and research presentations.

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Eligibility requirements, typical training activities, training grants, trainee life, employment opportunities and more.

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Information for Program Directors/Faculty Members considering submission, training grants, NIH resources, and more.