Research Training Fellowships (T32)
Residents who are interested in a research career, and who would benefit from additional research training as a fellow, may apply for a position in a Brown University postdoctoral research fellowship. These fellowships provide additional research training after residency to further prepare for a research career. There are currently five federally-funded research training fellowships (T32s) that are affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior. In addition, the Department of Neuroscience has a postdoctoral T32 research training grant that is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.
- Research Training in Child Mental Health (NIMH)
- Training in Child/Adolescent Biobehavioral HIV Research (NIMH)
- Substance Abuse Intervention Outcome Research Training (NIDA)
- Alcohol Abuse Treatment Research (NIAAA)
- Training in Behavioral and Preventive Medicine (NHLBI)