NIGMS IRACDA STRIDE Program / National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award: Scholars for Teaching, Research, Institutional Diversity, and Excellence
UC San Francisco is one of 19 universities that participate in the Institutional Research and Career Development Award (IRACDA) program, funded by NIH/NIGMS. Postdocs in all IRACDA programs nationwide receive not only mentored research experience, but also training in pedagogy and teaching experience at a partner school. UCSF's partner is San Francisco State University. In keeping with the overarching goals of the national IRACDA program, UCSF's IRACDA is called "Scholars for Teaching, Research, Institutional Diversity, and Excellence" (STRIDE).
4 year program, PI pays first year of the postdoc's salary, then the grant pays for the next 3 years of salary; Postdocs being the program after completing their PhD and at a time mutually agreeable with their PI. The program has no specific start date
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