The Department of Epidemiology is home to two NIH T32 training grants that each support multiple pre- and postdoctoral fellows each year. Individuals with one of these prestigious, federally-funded fellowships are appointed for two to three years with a stipend, tuition and fee waiver, travel funding, and funding for training-related expenses such as textbooks or computers.

If you are applying to the PhD in Epidemiology and are a US citizen or permanent resident, consider also applying to one or both of the below training programs as fits your research interests. T32 applications are separate from the PhD application, but many of the same materials can be used. Letters of recommendation may be sent from your PhD application to your T32 application(s), if desired.

NIAAA T32 Training Program

Translational Science Training to Reduce the Impact of Alcohol on HIV Infection

The SHARC team tables at the Gainesville Pride Festival

NIDA T32 Training Program

University of Florida Substance Abuse Training Center in Public Health

NIDA T32 trainees and faculty