Development and Neuroadaptation in Alcohol and Addictions (DNA2) Training Grant
In recognition of the fact that alcoholism and addictions have their origins in neurobehavioral development, our program focuses on training in the implementation of approaches that enable characterization of developmental antecedents leading to alcohol- and drug-use disorders, as well as in strategies to mitigate these outcomes. Through supervised research training in the laboratory of one or more Mentor-Eligible faculty members and programmatic training in the responsible conduct of research, scientific writing and professional development, program fellows will receive comprehensive mentorship to aid their transition to an independent research career.
Linda Spear, Ph.D. (Program Director); Nicole Cameron, Ph.D.; Terrence Deak, Ph.D.; Marvin Diaz, Ph.D.; J. David Jentsch, Ph.D. (Training Director); Anushree Karkhanis, Ph.D.; Nadine Mastroleo, Ph.D.; Lisa Savage, Ph.D.; David Werner, Ph.D.
Potential applicants are encouraged to engage one or more of the Mentor-Eligible faculty before submitting an application in order to initiate a conversation about the potential for training in their laboratory. To be eligible, applicants should have a record of research productivity as evidenced by research presentations and peer-reviewed publications, as well as exhibit an ability to think critically and creatively and possess strong writing and communication skills.
Applicants must: 1) hold a Ph.D. degree in psychology, neuroscience, development or a related discipline 2) have a strong background in, and ongoing commitment to, alcohol or addictions research 3) intend to pursue a future career in fundamental or biomedical research and 4) possess US citizenship or Permanent Residency status. Individuals with past appointments at any faculty level are not eligible for the program.
Internal Number: 98878
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