Training and Opportunities

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The faculty of the Redox Biology and Pathology program strongly support ongoing institutional efforts to improve undergraduate, graduate and medical student education in the biomedical sciences, as well as postdoctoral training in basic and clinical research. Indeed, because of their record in mentoring students and fellows, several of the laboratories within the program are widely recognized throughout the University as fertile training grounds for trainees in the sciences.

Members of the RBP program participate in multiple graduate programs. Persons interested in undergraduate, graduate or post-doctoral research please contact
laboratories directly. Additional information may also be found at the departmental page.

Persons interested in post-doctoral opportunities should contact the PI directly with a CV and statement of interest.

Our Research Gallery provides a quick overview of research interests within the RBP program.

Funding, Investment and Opportunity

Investigators in the RBP program are funded through NIH research grants, private and public foundation grants, and through sponsored research contracts with Biotech-Pharma-and small businesses. (Example Sponsors – NIH/NCI, Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (MARF), American Asthma Foundation, Celdara, Parker B. Francis Fellowship Program, Department of Defense) 

Numerous investigators in the RBP program manage projects from federal grant dollars along with private endeavors more related to small biotech initiatives that support intellectual property generation, patent creation, and investor ROI.

RBP investigators work closely with UVM innovations and contract sponsors on project design, data generation, patent development, clinical translation, and commercial potential.

Please contact 
Kerry Swift in the UVM Innovations group for more information about partnering with RBP labs on current and future research endeavors.


Apply for Pathology Research Support Funding – deadline April 15!


For the second year in a row, Pathology’s Advancing Knowledge Council is distributing research funding for high-quality projects. These can be pilot studies, stand-alone projects, individual pieces of equipment, travel to conferences, etc. All P&LM faculty are eligible (both Clinical and Research), as well as all Fellows, Residents, Students, and Post-Docs in P&LM.

If you submitted a project last year which wasn’t funded, feel free to submit a revised project (or a new one).

Send your completed form to Michele Hirsch ( BY APRIL 15. Questions or concerns? Contact your Division Chief.

Click here for more information and start thinking about what you could do with some extra funds!

Click here for Application form