In collaboration with the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, National Jewish Health offers several fellowship programs in:
To learn more about the opportunities for postdoctoral training, read the descriptions of the research conducted by faculty in the Department of Immunology, the Division of Cell Biology and the Basic Science Section of the Department of Medicine, or contact individual faculty members with whom you would like to train.
Students who are enrolled in one of the PhD programs such as Immunology or the other programs in biomedical sciences offered by the Graduate School of the University of Colorado Denver, have the opportunity to perform their thesis research in the laboratories of the faculty at National Jewish Health. To learn more about the opportunities for predoctoral training, read the descriptions of the research conducted by faculty in the Department of Immunology, the Divison of Cell Biology and the Basic Science Section of the Department of Medicine.
National Jewish Health physicians and others who have a graduate degree in the area of Health Sciences can undertake additional studies leading to a PhD in Clinical Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver.
Additional Training Opportunities
Grete H. Cohnen Nursing Scholarship
The Grete H. Cohnen Nursing Scholarship celebrates the life, work and memory of Grete H. Cohnen. This scholarship provides financial assistance to a National Jewish Health employee, who is pursuing either an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.