Institutional (T32) and Individual (F32) NIH-funded research fellowships, described in this section, are either funded by a T32 Institutional Research Service Awards or an F32 Individual National Research Service Awards.
There are currently five NIH-supported institutional training grants associated with the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (DPHB) and the Research Fellowship Program (RFP):
- Research Training Program in Child Mental Health
- Research Training Program in Adolescent/Young Adult Biobehavioral HIV Research
- Research Training in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine
- Research Training in Childhood Stress, Trauma, and Resilience
- Research Training in Suicide
Postdoctoral training at Brown allows the postdoctoral fellow to have as much autonomy as possible. The exact nature of training (the mixture of didactic experiences, exposure to ongoing faculty research, direct research involvement of the fellows, etc.) is decided on an individual basis by each of the faculty mentors and postdoctoral fellows.
The Clinical Psychology Training Programs at Brown: A Consortium of the Providence VA Medical Center, Lifespan, and Care New England is centrally controlled through a Training Committee, which is within the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (DPHB) of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Elissa Jelalian, Director of Postdoctoral Training, co-leads the Training Committee, which is the central coordinating body of the NIH Research Training Program’s policies and goals
Brown postdoctoral fellowship training is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).
In addition, there are also two NIH-supported institutional training grants associated with the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (CAAS):