ICHAD training programs to go online during summer

The ICHAD training programs have been gearing up for a rigorous online summer training curriculum. The three NIH-funded programs—LEAD Global Training Program, Researcher Resilience Training program, and the newly launched CHILD-GRF (see above) —consist of 24 trainees from diverse backgrounds doing research in mental health disparities among children and adults in the United States and […]

ICHAD and SMART Africa Centers Receive Funding to Support Ugandan Researchers

A $1.5 million grant, the “Child Mental Health in HIV-impacted Low-Resource Settings in Developing Countries: Global Research Fellowship” (CHILD-GRF) will provide state-of-the-art training for 18 early-career researchers in Uganda to strengthen the capacity of research institutions to address HIV/AIDS and its burden on child and adolescent mental health. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, […]

The T37 LEAD Global Fellowship Program is accepting applications

The T37 LEAD Global Fellowship Program is accepting applications for a 1 to 2-year postdoctoral fellow. The LEAD Global Fellowship supports trainees from underrepresented groups committed to conducting health disparities research, with a specific focus on global mental health prevention, intervention, services, and implementation research within resource-constrained settings. Eligible candidates should be a U.S. citizen, […]

The global LEAD program gets off to a strong start

The T37 LEAD Global Training Program received nearly twenty applications from trainees across the country committed to conducting health disparities research, with a specific focus on global mental health prevention, intervention, services, and implementation research within resource-constrained settings. Earlier this year, the Program’s External Advisory Board reviewed all applications, and seven candidates have been selected for the […]