Who should Apply
The MIWI Training Program welcomes applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We encourage applicants with the following experiences:
Behavioral/social scientists including anthropologists, sociologists, social workers, psychologists, economists, etc. studying mental health who are interested in learning how to incorporate and analyze biological/clinical measures.
Clinical/health services researchers including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, and allied health providers interested in learning how to assess mental disorders and related behavioral/psychological constructs.
Researchers studying minority populations who want to employ or incorporate a more comprehensive approach to studying health.
The following criteria will be used to determine eligibility to participate as a scholar in the MIWI Training Program:
- Holds a doctoral degree (PhD, MD, ScD, DrPH, DPharm, DO, DNSc, etc.)
- Has demonstrated experience in health and/or health disparities research as evidenced by peer-reviewed scientific publications and/or participation in research grants.
- Demonstrates interest in participating in all aspects of the MIWI Training Program.
- Accepted applicants will need to provide confirmation from their supervisor that they can participate in the MIWI Training Program.