The 2014 application for SRI is now open.
The deadline to apply is March 10.
ARI/SRI Reception at AAGP
The Renaissance Orlando at Seaworld
6:30 - 7:30 pm
9/10/13 - Carolyn Turvey, PhD
Are Older Patients Using Personal Health Records to Help Manage their Health?
9/24/13 - Ellen Whyte, MD
Recruiting Acutely Ill Patients on Other People's Turf
10/8/13 - Earlise Ward, PhD
Recruiting from Faith-based Institutions and Other Community Settings
10/22/13 - Olivia Okereke, MD, MS
Creating and Managing Your CV
11/5/13 - Patrick Raue, PhD
Assessing Suicide Risk in Geriatric Research Patients
11/19/13 - Faith Gunning, PhD
Special Challenge of Conducting Imaging Studies with Depressed, Anxious, or Cognitively Impaired Older Adults
Martha Bruce, PhD, MPH
George Alexopoulos, MD
Stephen Bartels, MD, MS
Dartmouth Medical School
Helen Lavretsky, MD
UCLA School of Medicine
Barry Lebowitz, PhD
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
Ruth O’Hara, PhD
Stanford University School of Medicine
Charles Reynolds III, MD
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
University of Pittsburgh
Gwenn Smith, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Additional faculty will be drawn from a national network of experts.
(SRI 2013 Scholars)
Welcome to the Summer Research Institute in Geriatric Mental Health (SRI) website, a resource for the sharing of information and resources for SRI applicants and for both current and past SRI trainees.
About: SRI is a national program to promote the career advancement of talented post-residency (MD or DO) and post-doctoral (PhD, PsyD, or PharmD) fellows and other early-stage investigators who hold promise for a research career in geriatric mental health translational, interventions, or services research. SRI meets as an annual five-day research career development institute for a competitively selected set of trainees that provides learning opportunities via one-to-one and group mentoring.
SRI is committed to recruiting individuals with disabilities, ethnic and racial minoriities, and those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.