The NASA funded Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) invites applications for a Visiting Data Scientist to be based at NASA Johnson Space Center. The opportunity is designed for individuals who desire to use a sabbatical or other career development leave to explore new applications for their research or to develop their skills at the research program level.
The selected candidate will work with NASA scientists to improve and interpret analytical assessments of research and astronaut health data.
Program specifics include:
- 24 months duration (Candidates may propose for less than two years but availability of the candidate may be a factor during selection)
- The visiting scientist will remain an employee of his or her home institution (the employing company, university, laboratory, etc.)
- If a visiting scientist candidate is selected, a grant will be awarded to the visiting scientist’s home institution (the employing company, university, laboratory, etc.)
- The visiting scientist will be located at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX
- Two years of salary support (competitive) plus fringe and benefits and indirect costs (if applicable)
- Cost of relocation and some travel to scientific meetings is covered by TRISH
- TRISH grants require cost-sharing consisting of an augmentation of at least 10% of the total annual grant
Program specific details and how to apply for this opportunity can be found at: https://spacehealth.bcm.edu/prog/flex-1901/.
You may also email SpaceHealth-Info@bcm.edu for additional information.