Postdoctoral research fellowships are available in a stimulating, productive program with excellent resources and support. Fellows receive research training in the clinical pharmacology of substance use including human laboratory drug administration studies and clinical trials. Fellows benefit from experienced faculty and a NIDA-funded T32 training grant with a productive history and over 130 graduates. Fellows work closely with faculty mentors to gain practical research experience and prepare for a career as an independent investigator or in related fields.
A broad range of substances is studied, including alcohol, caffeine, cannabis, cocaine, nicotine, psychedelics, opioids, methamphetamine, sedatives, and other novel or emerging drugs.
Start Date: Flexible, some now.
Eligibility: U.S. citizen, permanent resident. A broad range of backgrounds are appropriate — from clinical/counseling to experimental/neuroscience. Prior experience with human or nonhuman research is appropriate. Applications from persons underrepresented in science are strongly encouraged.
Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit
Joseph V. Brady Building
Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus
5510 Nathan Shock Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21224-6823
Email: [email protected]