Funding: Massachusetts General Hospital Career Development Program in Substance Use and Addiction Research K12 – Apply by 1/14/2019.
The K12 Career Development Program in Substance Use and Addiction Medicine, based at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health, is recruiting one post-doctoral clinician-scientist to start on or after July 1, 2019.
The program provides salary, training and project support for a 2- to 3-year period of intensive mentored research training and career development. The program will support (1) advanced education and training in research methods relevant to a scholar’s area of interest, and (2) a mentored research experience in the addiction research programs at MGH or affiliated hospitals and institutions. Awards will generally be made for 2-3 years, contingent on the scholar’s progress.Funding includes an annual stipend of $80,000 for 75-100% effort and up to $35,000 annually in allowable research and training costs that may be applied to travel to scientific meetings, research project costs, and tuition expenses with approval of the mentor and program leaders.
Timeline: application due by January 14, 2019, notification of award will be made in March 2019.