Stanford University
IRACDA Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award

Program Overview

The Stanford-San José State University IRACDA Program supports postdoctoral scholars in the biosciences who have a demonstrated interest in teaching, research, and supporting diversity in the STEM fields. IRACDA scholars are mentored  in top-level research at Stanford while also receiveing training and gaining experience in pedagogy, teaching, and mentoring at San José State University (SJSU).  The program is sponsored through the Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award (IRACDA), supported by the division of NIGMS at NIH.


The goals of this program are threefold:

  • to support postdoctoral scientists with an interest in teaching underrepresented minority students by providing specific skills and career development resources;
  • to facilitate links between Stanford and San José State University through collaborations in research, training, and mentoring;
  • to mentor students representing historically underrepresented populations in the sciences to encourage them to consider scientific careers.

Research conducted by IRACDA scholars must fall broadly within the scope of work eligible for funding through the National Institutes of Health.

Some of the departments participating in the IRACDA Program are:

 

Contact Us

Director:
John Boothroyd, Ph.D.
Stanford University

Co-Director:
Brandon White, PhD
SJSU

Program Manager:
Robin Colomb Sugiura
Stanford University

Associate Director:
Sofie Kleppner, Ph.D.
Stanford University


Program Application
  • »The Stanford-SJSU IRACDA Program is now accepting applications for the 2016-17 cohort - check back daily for updates!
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