In addition to the CNBC's graduate training program, there are extensive opportunities for post-doctoral and undergraduate research training within the CNBC. In both instances, training opportunities are arranged with specific CNBC faculty members, who may be contacted individually. At the undergraduate level, there are also two summer undergraduate research programs, the Summer Undergraduate Research Program and the Recruitment of Undergraduates for Mental Health Research program.
The University of Pittsburgh is also home to a special NIH-supported program in Survival Skills and Ethics. This program is open to graduate and post-doctoral Ph.D. students at both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon, and provides a series of Saturday workshops covering the full range of ethical and career development issues faced by individuals who are preparing themselves for careers in research.