C-DIAS: Fellowship in Addiction: Dissemination & Implementation Science – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 15, 2024

The C-DIAS Fellowship in Addiction Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science is designed for early or mid-career individuals who have a goal of using rigorous methods in D&I science to improve public access to a high quality of addiction treatment.

The C-DIAS D&I Fellowship enables individuals to maintain full-time employment at their institutions while participating in the Fellowship. There is a one-week on-site experience at Stanford University (Palo Alto, California), but otherwise the 2-year experience is remote with virtual activities.

This year’s on-site experience will take place from September 11th to September 13th, 2024.

This semi-structured, individually tailored fellowship features two tracks: 1) a Research Track with a goal of preparation for an NIH-funded addiction D&I research career and 2) Learning Health Systems Track with a goal of applying D&I methods for substance use as an embedded researcher or improvement specialist. The C-DIAS Fellowship features a combination of didactics, experiential peer group-based learning, individual mentoring in D&I science in addiction, as well as professional development issues.

Find out more and apply here!