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About the Fellowship

Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) sponsors the Gertrude and Maurice Goldhaber Distinguished Fellowships Program with funding from Battelle Memorial Institute and Stony Brook University, partners in Brookhaven Science Associates. These prestigious Fellowships are awarded to candidates with exceptional talent and credentials who have a strong desire for independent research at the frontiers of their fields. The fellowships are three-year appointments and carry a starting annual salary of $81,200. Candidates should be no more than three years past receipt of the Ph.D. at the time of the application. The intention of the program is to select individuals who will qualify for scientific staff positions at BNL upon completion of the appointment.

How to Apply

Please note: Deadline for receipt of application is October 31, 2014.

Consideration will be given to excellent candidates with training in any discipline pertinent to the Laboratory's mission. Candidates seeking to apply for this Fellowship must identify and discuss the opportunity with a BNL mentor. To apply, submit an online application (search under the  "Postdoctoral Res. Assoc./Fellows" Job Category) and attach the following items to the application as a single PDF document:

  1. A well-organized letter of intent outlining their research interests, not to exceed five pages, which includes the name of their BNL mentor and
  2. A CV including a list of publications.

In addition, arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to Liz Flynn, lflynn@bnl.gov.

For inquiries about the program, please contact Dr. William Bookless, wbookless@bnl.gov .

About Brookhaven

Brookhaven National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary laboratory with a mission focus in the physical, energy, environmental, and life sciences, with additional expertise in energy technologies and national security. Brookhaven is home to a suite of premier user facilities that include the National Synchrotron Light Source, the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, the Center for Functional Nanomaterials, the Accelerator Test Facility, the Northeast Solar Energy Research Center and the future National Synchrotron Light Source II, as well as underpinning capabilities, such as high performance computing, accelerator science and technology, and advanced instrumentation. Candidates can refer to our website for more information about the Lab and postdoctoral employment opportunities.