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Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research

Training Opportunities

New NIMH T32 Mental Health Services and Systems Training Grant

Multi-PI Program Directors: Colleen Barry, PhD, MPP and Elizabeth Stuart, PhD

The goal of our new NIMH T32 Mental Health Services and Systems Training Program is to train scholars who will become leaders in mental health services and systems research. This program focuses on producing researchers who can address critical gaps in knowledge with a focus on: (1) how health care services, delivery settings, and financing systems affect the wellbeing of persons with mental illness; (2) how cutting-edge statistical and econometric methods can be used in intervention design, policies, and programs to improve care; and (3) how implementation science can be used to most effectively disseminate evidence-based advances into routine practice. The program strongly emphasizes the fundamental principles of research translation and dissemination throughout its curriculum. Jointly administered by the Departments of Health Policy and Management and Mental Health, the training program also has a close affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. The partnerships between these two Departments and the School of Medicine ensure that trainees have access to faculty with a wide range of backgrounds and expertise.

We're looking for a post-doctoral student!

The Department of Mental Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Neuropsychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, and the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire seek a postdoctoral fellow for participation and training as part of their research team.

For more information, including details on application materials, please contact the training program director: Luke Kalb, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Mental Health, JHSPH; Assistant Professor, Department of Neuropsychology and Center for Autism and Related Disorders, KKI.
Click here for the job posting.

Meet our current T32 pre-doctoral fellows:

Kim Arnold
Geoff Kahn
Rachel Presskriescher

For information on graduate degree programs please see:

There are also opportunities for short-term training through the Departmental summer institutes, including courses taught by Center faculty