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Fellowships in Research Training in Trauma & Violence

Fellowships in Research Training in Trauma & ViolenceThe Johns Hopkins University Schools of Nursing, Medicine, and Bloomberg School of Public Health are pleased to announce a Pre- and Post-Doctoral Fellows program for students interested in the causes, health and behavioral effects, and prevention of and interventions for lifetime trauma and violence.

The fellowships are part of a new (T32 HD094687) grant from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Child Health & Development (NICHD) 2018-2023, Interdisciplinary Training in Trauma and Violence. The goal of this interdisciplinary research preparation is to train nursing, public health and medical scholars in the science of risk factors, neurophysiological, developmental, physical and mental health sequelae, and interventions across the translational research continuum for lifetime experiences of trauma and violence. The fellowships include clinical, community and research experiences in violence and trauma.

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Applications are due 01/01/2021.

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Applications are due 01/01/2021.
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