Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI) is the largest private medical research institute in Wisconsin. MCRI is the research division of Marshfield Clinic, an integrated multispecialty health care system with over 10,000 employees and 1,200 providers in 50+ locations. Marshfield is a city in central Wisconsin, about 2 hours north of Madison. It offers all the benefits of a small city lifestyle with convenient access to metropolitan areas, including Minneapolis-St. Paul, Milwaukee, and Chicago. City or country living opportunities are readily available. The community offers a rewarding and low stress lifestyle with short commute times, an excellent school system, affordable housing, cultural events, and a variety of outdoor recreational activities. The Washington Post has ranked Marshfield High School as the best in Wisconsin. Marshfield combines small city charm with Midwestern hospitality. Postdoctoral fellowship positions, eligibility, and open opportunities are listed below:

Postdoctoral Fellowship Programs (Koller and Ebenreiter)
The MCRI postdoctoral fellowship program is open to candidates who have completed, or will have completed (by the expected start date), a PhD, MD, PharmD, BDS program, or a terminal professional degree with additional training in a relevant field. Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S. and employment offer may be contingent upon approval of H1B visa, when applicable.

A selection committee will make final selection of postdoctoral fellows based on the applicant’s: proposed research area match with available mentor and MCRI scientific priorities, statement of overall career goals, including anticipated training and career development activities while at MCRI, references, and prior education and training experiences.

How to Apply
MCRI is not currently accepting applications for this program. Please see the Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Information here

Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine (CIBM) Postdoctoral Traineeship
The CIBM traineeship program is open to PhD students and Predoctoral students must whom are accepted into an affiliated PhD program at the University of Wisconsin. All supported trainees must be permanent residents or U.S. citizens. Information about individual graduate programs can be obtained directly from the UW-Madison departments or by contacting the CIBM Training Program Coordinator, Louise Pape.

How to Apply
When recruiting application information can be found on the CIBM webpage. 

Study-Specific & Research Center/Office Positions 
Study-specific or research specific Postdoctoral Fellow positions are designed to assist a Center or Office by contributing to on going or new research. Applicants are required to hold a PhD in a medical or health science field and are required to have a minimum of two years of experience (which may include dissertation preparation). 

How to Apply
Interested applicants are invited to submit an online application along with resume and cover letter using the online form when positions are posted at Marshfield Clinic Careers.

Early Career Researchers
Career Development events are open to current MCRI doctoral level employees who are Project Scientists, Research Scientists, and Associate level Tenure Scientists. 

How to Apply
Interested MCRI employees are to contact their Center or Office Director as well as Dr. Scott Hebbring, Postdoctoral Training Program Director directly. 

Other Research Positions
All other career opportunities accepting applications, can be found at Marshfield Clinic Careers.