Careers and Education
Research opportunities for prospective and current students are available in the Cell and Molecular Aging Laboratory at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Passos' lab is committed to teaching the next generation of researchers in aging. The lab has hosted several visiting Ph.D. students from other universities around the world. Students may apply through these Mayo Clinic programs:
- Residencies and fellowships. The Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education has more than 1,500 trainees and offers nearly 300 programs in virtually every medical specialty, including aging-related research.
- Clinician-Investigator Training Program. The Clinician-Investigator Training Program provides two years of mentored research training in a Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education clinical residency or fellowship, including aging-related research.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Passos.