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New England Research & Design Fellowship Informational Webinar

Research & Design Fellowship Informational Meeting for Interested Applicants (HHS Region 1)

10:00am - March 8, 2022 | Timezone: US/Eastern
New England PTTC
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Date: March 8, 2022 Blank space (transparent) for table Format: Webinar Blank space (transparent) for table  
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ABOUT THE INFORMATIONAL SESSION

This is an informational meeting for the New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center's Research and Development Fellowship Program. Attendance is not required to apply. Candidates can apply for the New England Research & Design (RAD) Fellowship from February 25, 2022, to March 25, 2022, at 4:00 pm.

The 2022 Priority area is the Changing Landscape of Cannabis with a Focus on the IC&RC Prevention Domains.

The New England PTTC Research & Design (RAD) Fellowship focuses on Prevention Product Development for the New England Region and is an opportunity for professionals who have been in the field of prevention for 5 or more years to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team to develop an innovative piece of research and accompanying tool for the benefit of the workforce at large. The 2022 Priority area is the Changing Landscape of Cannabis with a Focus on the IC&RC Prevention Domains.

This program will support a seven-month term, during which the fellows will each create a tool or product around a central, priority subject area, and at the end of the program, the RAD fellows will present their products to the workforce in a symposium meant to demonstrate how the products should and can be used. This program is intended for professionals in HHS Region 1 (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont). Each fellow will receive a $10,000 stipend by the completion of their product.
 

More information on the RAD Fellowship.