Research in Addiction Medicine Scholars (RAMS) Program Mentor Application

RAMS Mentor Application Guidelines

Please submit the following items for the RAMS Mentor online application below:

1.)  A biosketch (upload in form below).

2.) A letter of support from you as a mentor and outlining how you will assist your scholar in incorporating addiction issues into clinical research.

3.) A statement of intent (300 words or less to be uploaded in form below). Include:

a.) how attending the RAMS Program with your scholar will enhance his/her ability to implement addiction medicine research including completion of a research project developed through their RAMS participation

b.) how your current faculty position will enable you to add  addiction medicine content into the residency program curriculum.

 

2014 RAMS Program: Faculty Mentor Application

Your fellow must be accepted into the RAMS program in order for you to attend.

Faculty Mentor Applicants must:

(1) Be a Program Director or core residency program faculty;

(2) Have strong research experience;

(3) Possess research and mentor skills that would benefit scholars through the implementation of their research project (developed throughout the RAMS Program);

(4) Be able to dedicate time throughout the 2-year RAMS Program period to participate in program activities (e.g Research-in-Progress teleconferences);

(5) Attend all retreats with their scholar throughout the 2-year RAMS program (including the Boston and CPDD retreat).


Application materials will be accepted until September 5, 2014.

Please note: The RAMS Program is funded by a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). You will be asked to complete several surveys, which we will send to you. Your survey will not be available to program applicant reviewers and will not influence whether or not you are accepted.

  • Fellowship Program Information

  • Write N/A if there is none.
  • Mailing Address

  • Other Information

Additional application materials can be submitted:
Danna Gobel, Program Manager, 801 Massachusetts Ave, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02118
Phone: (617)414-6946; Fax: (617)414-4676

Please Note: The RAMS Program is funded by a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). You will be asked to complete several surveys, which we will send to you. Your survey will not be available to program applicant reviewers and will not influence whether or not you are accepted.