CCB Fellowship Program

About the CCB Fellowship Program

The CCB Fellowship Program awards outstanding clinical and basic science researchers who are interested in studying topics aligned with our mission and who hold a strong desire to collaborate with labs in the IRP. In addition to monetary support, CCB Fellows will have access to professional development activities including training on grant-writing, career planning, oral presentations, and leadership skills. Additional activities will include a seminar series designed by CCB Fellows that will feature presentations from both fellows and outside speakers.

In the past, applicants have been asked to submit a research proposal, CV, and mentor letter. Examples of fundable projects include studies of brain circuitry involved in the generation of compulsive behaviors (both anatomically or functionally), development of new tools or animal models to study these circuits and behaviors, and development of behavioral tests in research animals or humans to trigger, measure, and/or manipulate compulsive behaviors.

CCB Fellowship applications are typically open in early Spring and are announced in June.

Fellowship Contacts

To stay up to date with next year’s application cycle, sign up for the listserv or send an email with a signup request to Roland Bock.

Yavin Shaham, Ph.D.
Senior Investigator, NIDA
yshaham@mail.nih.gov

Lauren Atlas, Ph.D.
Investigator, NCCIH
lauren.atlas@nih.gov

Roland Bock, M.Sc.
Scientific Program Manager

roland.bock@nih.gov

Applications for Fellowship

The latest application details are listed here and a PDF with a call for applications will be uploaded here when the application cycle begins.

Required Application Documents:

  1. Research proposal modeled after the “Specific Aims” section of NIH grant applications (3 pages, 2 aims maximum).
  2. NIH biographical sketch for applicant and mentors (5 pages maximum for each)
  3. Description of inter- or intra-institute collaborative aspects of the research proposal. The role of each principal investigator must be clearly defined (1 page maximum).

 

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