New Investigator Award

Pending the availability of funds, a limited number of New Investigator Awards may be available from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) to support conference attendance of early career investigators interested in addiction health services research. Eligible candidates must be no more than 10 years removed from their terminal research degree; not have served as PI on an NIH R01 or equivalent research grant; not have previously received an AHSR new investigator award; and must be the presenting author on an accepted oral or poster presentation at AHSR 2018. These awards would provide up to a $1000 reimbursement to cover conference attendance costs (transportation, lodging, registration). Qualified attendees should indicate their interest in being considered for these awards on the abstract submission form.

Eligible candidates will be contacted no later than September 1, 2018 and asked to submit their CV and a brief (2 page) concept paper outlining a research topic they are interested in developing for submission to NIAAA or NIDA.

 

UnderRepresented INVESTIGATOR AWARD

This award encourages the participation of investigators from underrepresented groups in conferences like AHSR. Pending the availability of funds, a limited number of awards may be available to support conference attendance of early career investigators interested in addiction health services research. These awards would provide up to a $1000 reimbursement to cover conference attendance costs (transportation, lodging, registration). Eligible candidates should consider themselves a part of a traditionally underrepresented gender, race, or ethnic group; have not previously received an AHSR Investigator Award; and must be the presenting author on an accepted oral or poster presentation at AHSR 2018. Qualified attendees should indicate their interest in being considered for these awards on the abstract submission form.