Please note that this Fellowship Opportunity through the CCEH Enrichment Program has already closed for this year.

Interested applicants should revisit this site early next year for information regarding the CCEH 2020 Enrichment Program Opportunity.

The Enrichment Program of the Indiana Cooperative Hematology Specialized Core CenterĀ (CHSCC) will enhance the training, mentorship, and research environment of NIDDK-sponsored hematology-based investigations at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and pave the way for future scientific discovery. The overall goal for the CHSCC Enrichment Program is to promote scientific exchange between faculty, students, and postdoctoral fellows on the latest research advances and techniques in hematology research. This includes improvements in instrumentation, computerization, and new technology platforms at the molecular, cellular, and animal levels. We will accomplish this goal by pursuing the following Specific Aims:

  1. Organize educational venues for students at different educational levels through a combination of internships, interactive discussions, and workshops with the CHSCC Cores.
  2. Enhance interdisciplinary interactions amongst CHSCC faculty through a variety of seminar series, engagement with CHSCC Cores, and an annual retreat and Symposium. The Enrichment Program will be an exciting and critical component of our quest to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms of normal hematopoiesis, and how to apply this new knowledge to the advancements of new therapies. We believe that by increasing interactions amongst faculty and students, our CHSCC enrichment program will provide innovative ways to learn and increase the opportunity for collaboration and mentorship. The proposed enrichment activities will motivate our next generation of young scientists and provide them with the confidence and knowledge base to pursue a career in hematopoiesis.