Postdoctoral Opportunities

The Mary and Dick Holland Regenerative Medicine Program at UNMC invites applications for postdoctoral research fellow positions. These will be posted on the UNMC Employment website when available.

UNMC is a world-class health science center and is an international destination for top educators, researchers, clinicians and students — as well as patients seeking advanced care. UNMC is widely known for its programs in transplantation, cancer research, genetics, and bioterrorism preparedness.  

The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will engage in full-time advanced research training under the supervision and direction of a faculty sponsor in the sponsor’s research program. Postdoctoral research fellows are supported by the College and, as appropriate, by the sponsor’s grants. The successful applicant must relocate to the sponsor’s location (Omaha) for active participation in the sponsor’s program of research and to take advantage of the many interdisciplinary scientific opportunities afforded by the University.

Program goals focus on accelerating the trainee’s entry into a research career and include: 1) beginning implementing of a program of research; 2) the acquisition of grantsmanship skills such as written and oral communication, preparation of grant applications, and administering funded grants; 3) interdisciplinary collaboration with scientists from other fields; and 4) training in scientific integrity.

If you would like to be considered for a postdoctoral position, please contact faculty members directly, or apply through formal announcement on the UNMC Employment Opportunities site.

For general questions please call 402 559 7584.