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Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Institutional Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Traineeships (T32)

NIDA supports predoctoral and postdoctoral students through institutional training sites across the country. Applications for these positions need to go directly to the training sites’ program directors. A list of training sites and brief program descriptions are available through this link. Funding Announcement.

Jointly Sponsored Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Institutional Predoctoral Training Program in the Neurosciences (T32)

Provides broad and fundamental predoctoral research training in the neurosciences via institutional training grants supported by multiple NIH neuroscience institutes. Trainees appointed to these training grants are financially supported for either one or two years, during the first 2 years of their graduate research training. Applications for these positions need to go directly to the training sites’ program directors. Funding Announcement.
 

Mentored Clinical Scientists Development Program Award (K12)

Provides support to an educational institution or professional organization to support career development experiences for clinicians, leading to research independence. Newly trained clinicians are selected and appointed to the program by the grantee institution. Clinical research includes patient-oriented research, behavioral research, epidemiologic research, outcomes/health services research, and research with human tissues and specimens where an investigator directly interacts with human subjects in an outpatient or inpatient setting. Funding Announcement.

Research Education Program for Clinical Researchers and Clinicians (R25)

NIDA supports the research education of medical/graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, medical residents, and/or independent scientists through institutional research education grants. These grants provide institutional support for clinically focused, transdisciplinary training programs in substance use/abuse/addiction research. Eligible participants should be training for careers as clinical researchers, clinicians/service providers, or (optimally) a combination of the two. Participants are selected and appointed to the program by the grantee institution. Funding Announcement.

NIH Summer Research Experience Programs (R25)

Provides high quality summer research experiences for high school and college students, and for science teachers via institutional research education grants. These grant programs must focus on substance use/abuse/addiction and are expected to: help attract young students to careers in science; provide opportunities for college students to gain valuable research experience to help prepare them for graduate school; and enhance the skills of science teachers and enable them to more effectively communicate the nature of the scientific process to their students. The grant programs would also contribute to enhancing overall science literacy.  Participants are selected and appointed to the program by the grantee institution. Funding Announcement.

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