Succeeding in Mental Health & Aging Research - 3rd Tuesday of each month
October 20, 2015, 3:00 pm ET
Patricia Areán, PhD
Fresh from the new IOM Report...
Psychosocial Interventions in Older Adults
Stephen Bartels, MD, MS
Fred Blow, PhD
University of Michigan
Martha Bruce, PhD, MPH
Jürgen Unützer, MD, MPH
University of Washington
This NIMH-funded, two-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (T32) provides fellowship training in health services research involving older adults with mental disorders. The program is designed for
who are committed to becoming independently supported mental health services researchers.
Program Goals: The goal of this training program is to increase the number of researchers in geriatric mental health services research by preparing them with the requisite skills to conduct mental health services research in age-relevant settings, populations, and service models.
This multi-site Services Research Training Collaboratory (SRTC) brings together the strengths of investigators and training opportunities in four leading centers of excellence in geriatric mental health services research, namely Dartmouth College, Cornell University, the University of Washington (UW), and the University of Michigan (UM). For detailed information about the research ongoings at each site, visit our downloadable T32 Program Brochure.
The program’s goal is to grow the field of early-career research scientists focusing on geriatric mental health services through a proven, innovative, transdisciplinary, multi-site, training collaboratory. We achieve this goal by providing fellows with a two-year program consisting of:
The SRTC is committed to recruiting and retaining individuals with disabilities, ethnic and racial minorities, and those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.