Training opportunities beyond Brown are listed below.
The Center for Healthful Behavior Change, NYU School of Medicine's Department of Population Health, is once again recruiting scholars for the Summer Training Institute 2017 training programs - PRIDE and COMRADE. Please see details below.
- Behavioral Medicine and Sleep Disorders Research PRIDE Program - The Behavioral Medicine and Sleep Disorders Research PRIDE Summer Institute will provide intensive didactic and mentored research training to underrepresented minority and those with disability engaged either in behavioral medicine and sleep disorders research. The goal of this multidisciplinary training and mentoring program is multidisciplinary research training program is to inspire mentees to conduct research by employing techniques at the forefront of their fields. For more information.
- COMRADE: Congruent Mentorship to Reach Academic Diversity in Neuroscience Research - The primary goal of the Training Core is to proved junior faculty with adequate training and mentoring to develop successful academic careers in behavioral and translational sciences targeting reduction of neurological disparities. The Training Core will develop and sustain 4 cohorts of 4 faculty pursuing careers in neurological health disparities in underserved minority communities. Girardin Jean-Louis, PhD, leads the Training Core. For more information.