Implementation Research Institute (IRI) Fellowship [Due Date: Jan 20, 2017]
Application due date: January 20, 2017
Location: Washington University in St. Louis
If you wish to join a challenging collaborative of implementation researchers, we invite you to apply to the Implementation Research Institute (IRI). This unique interdisciplinary training program will help you launch a research career in implementation science and will provide: experiential learning, didactic training, and faculty mentoring. Candidates should have:
- Graduated from medical school or hold a PhD from such fields as social work, psychology, health services, nursing, anthropology, public health, or management. Entry-level mental health researchers encouraged to apply.
- Expressed interest in implementation research in mental health and/or drug abuse.
- Prior or concurrent experience relevant to implementation research, such as evidence-based intervention development and/or testing, or mental health services research or research in substance abuse.
- Prior experience writing a grant for external federal funding, i.e. an NIH F31, R03, R34/R21, or K award application (prior/current external funding preferred).
- A home institution with an on-site mentor who can support of the Fellow’s progress in grant writing and scholarly publication.
- The ability and commitment to benefit from all aspects of the Implementation Research Training Institute (see above).
The 2017 IRI has been scheduled for the week of June 12-16. Applications will be accepted through January 20, 2017.