Post-Doctoral/Visiting Scholar

Dr. Young speaks to post-docs/visiting scholars

Post-doctoral fellows can continue their studies and advance their research interests in a setting which encourages innovative thinking and scientific collaboration. Contributions move the field of spinal cord injury research forward and often lead to publications in highly-ranked journals.

Visiting Scholars are senior scientists from other institutions who spend between a month and two years at the W. M. Keck Center. While here they learn spinal cord research methods, share their special knowledge and skills with our scientists, and continue to collaborate after returning to their home institutions. Each Visiting Scholar is treated as a unique guest with a program tailored to your goals and skills. Financial arrangements are discussed with your sponsoring institution and individually tailored.

For international personnel interested in post-doctoral studies or exploring the possibility of becoming Visiting Scholars, Rutgers University will work with you and your present institution on the necessary qualifications and paperwork.

To explore the possibility of post-doctoral or visiting scholars positions, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your CV, transcript, field of interest, and proposed schedule. Although there is not a specific deadline for applications, please allow sufficient time for advance consideration and planning.