EDUCATION

Contact:

Pam Collins
Program Operations Specialist
AIMS Center
University of Washington
Department of Psychiatry
and Behavioral Sciences
Box 356560
Seattle, WA 98195
Telephone: 206-543-3927
Fax: 206-221-6608
E-mail: pc4@u.washington.edu

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Geriatric Mental Health Services Research Fellowship

This NIMH-funded (T-32) two-year Research Training Program provides postdoctoral fellowship training health services research for older adults with mental disorders to psychiatrists, psychologists, and social/behavioral scientists who are committed to becoming independently supported mental health services researchers. The program is part of a four-site Research Training Cooperative that brings together expert faculty from Dartmouth, Cornell, University of Michigan and the University of Washington.

Faculty


At the University of Washington, fellows will spend two years:

The program provides rich opportunities for trainees to learn about mental health services for older adults and health services research methods in diverse community and health care settings.

Areas of Ongoing Research

Primary Care for Late-life Depression - IMPACT, Depression and Comorbid Medical
Disorders/Persistent Pain, Mental Health Services in Nursing Homes, Dementia in Primary Care,
Depression and Cardiovascular Disease, Managed Care, Quality of Life, End of Life Care.


Frequently Asked Questions


About Eligibility, Stipends, Tuition, Fees, Health Insurance, and other Trainee Costs

For detailed information about the T32 Training Program funded by the National Institutes of Health, please see NRSA (T32).


How to Apply

Applications will be accepted at any time for the fellowship which begins as early as July 1st of each year. To apply please email your CV and a one-page response to the following question:

Why do you want to spend two years training to become an independent geriatric mental health services researcher?


Contact:
Pam Collins
Program Operations Specialist
AIMS Center
University of Washington
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Box 356560
Seattle, WA 98195
Tel:  206-543-3927
Fax: 206-221-6608
Email: pc4@u.washington.edu



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