Research Associate Programs at Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
This page provides specific information about the NRC Research Associateship Program at AFRRI.
Use the navigation on the left to explore individual opportunities at AFRRI.
Visit www.usuhs.edu/afrri to learn more about Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute.
Select RAP Home to learn more about the NRC Research Associateship Programs.
When to Apply
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Visit the NRC Research Associateship Programs For Applicants page for the application review schedule and important information for applicants.
Review the eligibility criteria for RAP.
Research opportunities at AFRRI are open to U.S. citizens.
Research opportunities at AFRRI are open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants.
Note: Eligibility can vary for each research opportunity. Be sure to check the specific opportunity(s) in which you are interested.
Additional Information on the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
Background Investigation: Prospective awardees must successfully complete a background investigation prior to being offered an award. Following review of an application, AFRRI will contact prospective awardees and put these candidates in touch with the AFRRI’s security office. AFRRI security will collect certain information, and prospective awardees will be required to complete an online background investigation, including fingerprinting. Note that the background investigation normally takes at least 30 days, but could take four to six months to complete; awards cannot be made until this process is completed.
|Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) - Bethesda, MD
|MAJ Uyen B. Chu Ph.D.
|301 295 3909
|NRC Program Administrator
|Dr. Tom Jurkiw