Training Opportunities at CASAA - Overview

CASAA investigators provide educational and training opportunities for scientists at all levels to learn and deepen their skills in epidemiology, prevention, and clinical research on alcohol- and other substance-related topics:
  1. High school - short research experiences are available through individual investigators
  2. Undergraduate - undergraduate students work in individual investigators' labs as volunteers or through 499 courses for research credit
  3. Pre- and post-doctoral fellows:
  4. Early career scientists - Senior CASAA investigators support early career scientists in the preparation of early career grant applications (e.g., K01, K23) and supervise their research under these funding mechanisms
  5. Mid-career and senior scientists - may spend short or extended sabbaticals at CASAA to develop new research areas or to conduct research in collaboration with CASAA scientists
  6. Community treatment providers - CASAA clinical scientists provide a variety of trainings to community practitioners on empirically-supported approaches to the assessment and treatment of persons with substance use disorders