AAPP is a sponsoring organization of the NIDA Mentor-Facilitated Training Awards (NIDA-MFT) which support the development of expertise in substance use disorder (SUD), especially opioid use disorder (OUD), among early career investigators through the completion of a mentor-supervised project.

Goals of the Award: The goals of the award are: 1) to promote the dissemination of SUD research findings, thereby improving knowledge and ultimately the utilization of evidence-based SUD treatment among health care providers, 2) and to facilitate the professional growth and development of future clinician leaders in SUD management.

Application Due Date: 11/30/2023

Who Can Apply: The applicant may be a trainee in an approved clinical residency or a clinical fellowship training program. Eligible candidates must not have a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research fellowship, an NIH research award, or a NIH career development award.

Where to Apply: https://ctnmftapplications.org/

Budget for the Award: The budget consists of up to $10,000 for the awardee stipend, $2,000 for the mentor stipend, and $3,000 for an administration stipend. Funds may also be used for educational and resource materials/courses and travel to the Sponsoring Organization Annual Conference and the NIDA CTN Annual Steering Committee Meeting.

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