The George Washington University (GW) is a Research 1 university and member of the Association of American Universities (AAU). As a comprehensive research university, our postdocs train within and across a wide range of disciplines including the life sciences, biomedical sciences, engineering, physical sciences, psychology, and social sciences and humanities, among others.
Our location provides unparalleled access to programs and collaborators at federal agencies and institutions, national and international not-for-profits, and leading companies.
We hope you’ll consider joining GW’s vibrant postdoc community!
Finding a Postdoctoral Position at GW
Postdoctoral opportunities exist in a variety of disciplines at GW.
Featured Opportunity: NIH T-32 Postdoc Training Programs
GW is home to multiple National Institutes of Health-funded training programs in biomedical and health sciences and a number of GW research centers and institutes recruit postdoctoral trainees.
The George Washington University (GW) Cancer Biology Training Program (CBTP) offers research opportunities and mentorship strengths in the GW Cancer Center, including Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy, Cancer Signaling and Genomics, and Cancer Epigenetics and Technology.
The goal of the George Washington University (GW) Primary Care Research Training Program (P-CART) is to develop researchers who are prepared to generate, test, and disseminate primary care-oriented interventions that aim to improve health and health equity.