The Virtual Short Course on the Genetics of Addiction and In-Person Research Experiences for Faculty and Student Teams Underrepresented in Science

This unique training experience combines our Annual Short Course in a virtual format with the opportunity for mentored research experiences: the goal is to support and expand a diverse community of academics in their pursuit and advancement of addiction-related education, research, and careers. The research experiences are designed for teams of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and undergraduate and graduate students underrepresented in science for training and mentored research projects utilizing advanced methods and resources for addiction genetics.

Each day of the course will be held from 12pm-2pm (Eastern Time) M/W/F and focus on a general topic area. Sessions will be recorded and made available to registered attendees to view on-demand for two months following the course.

Course funding: 1R25DA051342 (NIH/NIDA; E. Chesler, PI); 5R13DA052199 (NIH/NIDA; E. Chesler, PI)

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