Application deadline extended to January 31

The online application for the 2022 cohort of the Researcher Resilience Training (RRT) program is now open.

RRT Flyer 2022

All application requirements much be received by the deadline, January 31, 2022, 5:00 p.m. CST. 

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Advanced doctoral students or early career investigators
  • Interest in child-focused behavioral health
  • Priority given to those of African descent and other underrepresented minorities
  • Currently studying or employed at a U.S. based organization


Application Instructions:

  • Complete online application
  • Submit application documents through the online application:
    • Current NIH Biosketch (https://grants.nih.gov/grants/forms/biosketch.htm): Save as PDF “LastName_FirstName_2022_Biosketch.pdf”

    • Career Development Plan (2 pages maximum): Save as PDF “LastName_FirstName_2022_CDP.pdf”
      • The plan should include the following:
        • Background, including relevant past research experience and coursework
        • How this program would advance professional development and research
        • Proposed outcomes and corresponding timelines
        • Career goals
    • Proposed Research Interest (2 pages maximum): Save as PDF “LastName_FirstName_2022_ResearchInterest.pdf”

      • The plan should include: a description of any studies that you are currently involved with, with your mentor, and/or research areas that you intend to pursue.

    • References/Letters of Recommendation: You will be asked to provide the names of two references who will be contacted via email for Letters of Recommendation. One reference should be from your doctoral dissertation chair, a primary mentor, division supervisor, or principal investigator (PI) on research work you are conducting.

For more information, contact

Laura Peer, lpeer@wustl.edu
Training Programs Manager

INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.