The UCLA HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, and Trauma Training Program is a collaboration of the Center for Culture, Trauma and Mental Health Disparities (CCTMHD), the UCLA AIDS Institute and the Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) and the Nathanson Family Resilience Center (NFRC). The program will provide multi-disciplinary, state-of-the-art training to better equip postdoctoral fellows and early career investigators to submit and receive NIH grant funding.
Ethnically diverse, multi-disciplinary researchers from Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences, Psychology, Anthropology and Family Medicine with expertise in biobehavioral HIV research, substance abuse, trauma, and health and mental health disparities.
The goal of HA-STTP is to provide multi-disciplinary, state-of-the-art research training in HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, traumatic stress, and health disparities to postdoctoral scholars and early career faculty who are within 10 years of receiving their doctorate or completing the medical residency or has not yet received tenure. We have space for 5 candidates.
Principal Investigators: Gail Wyatt, Norweeta Milburn
Potential candidates must have the following:
If you have questions or would like to know more about the application procedure, please contact:
Amber M. Smith
Duration: 2 years
Size Limit: 4
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