Schizophrenia & Psychosis-Related Disorders
T32 Training Grant
Accepting applicants for two-year training fellowship
Open positions starting July 1, 2021
All trainees are educated on the translational perspective of the MPRC and provide mentors and didactic training in both clinical psychopathology and basic neuroscience. The multidisciplinary T32 Fellowship has successfully trained more than 30 fellows and helped them transition to productive, well-rounded, translationally-focused scientists.
T32 Multidisciplinary Training Program
Our goal is to prepare post-doctoral trainees from multiple disciplines (MD psychiatrists, PhDs in clinical and experimental psychology, neuroscience, other biomedical sciences including DVM, engineering, and PharmDs) for an independent or research-intensive career in the area of translational mental health research.
We implement a multi-disciplinary, team approach, with two mentors from complimentary fields (basic and clinical) working together to guide each trainee. It is our priority to create a healthy, encouraging, collaborative, dynamic experience- one that will improve probabilities for truly translational work and most importantly, establish skills for a long-term satisfying career.
Explore the website for more information on the MPRC, the Training Program,
Mentored Research activity and T32 trainee publications.
Our Commitment to Diversity
Uniqueness is Powerful
At the MPRC we believe that when staff, patients and research participants feel respected and included they feel valued and can be more creative, innovative, and successful.
We are working not only to diversify our T32 program but to encourage and promote diversity throughout the entire academic trajectory.
We are continually working on building a culture where difference is treasured and are committed to putting resources and attention toward advancing the recruitment, engagement, retention and promotion of the incredible talent we have. The MPRC is leading the Department in retrospection, exploration and implementation of DEI initiatives. A growing reservoir of resources are available at the MPRC, Department of Psychiatry and UMB to support our goals.Everyone is welcome—as an inclusive workplace, we encourage you to ‘Be you’.
The MPRC provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.
Our Location: MPRC, 55 Wade Ave, Maple and Locust St., Baltimore, MD 21228