The Brown School supports two NIH-funded (T32) Training programs for students enrolled in our PhD Program (predoctoral fellows ) and for graduate scholars holding a research doctorate (postdoctoral fellows). Our trainees have been very successful in their pursuit of research funding through competitive funding sources and our alumni hold faculty positions at some of the nation’s top research institutions. In the past 13 years, over 30 pre-doctoral trainees have secured external funding for their dissertation work, several of them through NIH. IS THIS FOR BOTH PROGRAMS COMBINED? Eligible applicants for the predoctoral fellowships must apply and be accepted into the Brown School Doctoral Program. Applications are accepted annually. Postdoctoral applicants must check with the T32 coordinator, Ms. Stacey McCrary for additional information on these programs.
NIMH Mental Health Service Research Training program is directed by the Center for Mental Health Services Research, aims to NEED SOMETHING ABOUT ITS OVERALL AIM HERE and has supported over 60 pre and post-doctoral researchers since DATE HERE.
Grant Number: NIMH T32 MH19960;
Ramesh Raghavan, Director
Enola Proctor, Associate Director
NIDA Transdisciplinary Training in Addictions Research (TranSTAR) program provides trainee-centered, transdisciplinary[i] mentorship to prepare a cadre of promising future scientists invested in improving the health and life circumstances for those with addictions, their families and their communities. Since 2002, our program has supported XX pre and postdoctoral scholars.
Grant Number: NIDA T32
For more information on the NIDA TranSTAR post-doctoral training, download NIDA TranSTAR
To Apply: Submit a cover letter stating your research interests along with CV and 3 letters of reference to: email@example.com. The application review begins immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
Dr. Renee M. Cunningham-Williams, Director
Associate Professor, Associate Dean for the Doctoral Program
Dr. Kathleen Bucholz, Co-Director
Professor of Psychiatry
Washington University School of Medicine