Employment & Training

Multiplexed (20-plex) immunohistochemical staining on mouse spinal cord tissue. Multiplexed antibody staining in the mouse spinal cord using 19 antibodies and brightfield imaging taken using epifluorescent microscopy. Credit: Kaya Matson/Ariel Levine

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) offers a unique training and research environment for basic and clinical neuroscience through a wide range of programs aimed at furthering the professional training and career development of students, health professionals and research scientists. Browse the menu at the left for descriptions of the various training opportunities available in NINDS.

For more information about research training throughout the National Institutes of Health visit the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education and the NIH Office of Clinical Research and Medical Education. To pursue a training opportunity you may contact the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education, visit NINDS to search for a Principal Investigator (PI) in your area of interest and contact the PI directly, and visit NINDS Post-doctoral Openings and Neuroscience Post-Doctoral Openings web-pages.

Ariel photo of the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD.
(Bethesda, MD) Aerial photograph of NIH Campus