NIAAA Extramural Research Training and Career Development
Revised April 2017
Fundamental to advancing NIAAA’s mission is the cultivation of a talented and diverse research workforce equipped to conduct innovative basic, clinical, and population research and the translation of the knowledge gained from these studies into practice. NIAAA promotes cutting-edge alcohol research training through a combination of individual pre- and postdoctoral fellowships, institutional training grants, and career development awards in subjects spanning the breadth of NIAAA’s research portfolio. Recently, NIAAA broadened its training focus to include polysubstance research, and along with NIDA and NCI supports programs that expose students to cross-cutting areas of alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use research. The Institute is also working with the medical education community to improve clinical training in addiction medicine, thereby improving healthcare services for individuals struggling with AUD and other substance use disorders.
Additional NIAAA Training Information
NIAAA Institutional Research Training Programs:
NIAAA T32 Supplemental Information:
FAQ on Joint NIDA-NIAAA T32 review: