Employment & Training

Research fellows conduct a study.
A trainee in laboratory attire at the bench.
Two trainees loading proteins onto a gel that will separate them by size.

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) offers a unique research and training environment for basic and clinical neuroscience through a wide range of programs aimed at furthering the professional training and career development of research scientists, health professionals, and students. Through our employment and training programs, we ensure a vibrant, talented, and diverse neuroscience work force.

Browse the menu at the left or below for descriptions of the various employment and training opportunities available in NINDS.

    Employment Opportunities is updated regularly with exciting opportunities to join the NINDS intramural research program as an investigator, clinician, staff scientist, and more.

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    Training Programs at NINDS contains information about intramural research and clinical training at NINDS. You will find program-specific information and application instructions on each program page.

    Office of Research Training & Career Development offers career development activities and services to current NINDS intramural fellows.

    NIH Main Campus

    Calendar of Events is your go-to resource for any training-specific activities, seminars, and workshops hosted by the NINDS Office of Research Training & Career Development.