Supplemental Compensation Policy

Biosocial Training Program

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Supplemental Compensation Policy

 

Postdoctoral trainees appointed to the Biosocial T32 Program are considered by NIH and by this program to have 100%-effort appointments. In certain cases, postdocs may be asked to participate in a research project or instructional activity, completely unique to their postdoctoral research/training, that would be beneficial to their career aspirations. The following guidelines must be followed in the consideration of such requests:

 

1) Before starting any additional work opportunity the post-doc must draft a letter stating how the additional work is CLEARLY different from the work that they will be doing towards their T32 training and how the additional work would be beneficial to their career aspirations.

2) They must discuss the letter with their co-preceptors and get both preceptors’ approval to move forward.

3) They must submit an email indicating the preceptors’ approval (cc’d to the preceptors) and attach the letter to Sommer Barnes.

4) Both Program Directors and the Program Coordinator must review the letters and approve them.

5) The Postdoc must receive an email approving the request from Sommer Barnes prior to starting the work.

6) If the planned additional work changes in any significant ways, the Postdoc must submit another letter to indicate the changes and receive approval to continue. 

7) The approval process must be renewed annually. The postdoc has responsibility for making sure that yearly approval is granted.

8) Per NIH rules, any additional pay that a postdoc receives must be less than 25% of the annual postdoc salary.

 

Violations may result in loss of future eligibility.

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