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Funding & Training Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

Photo by Robert A. Lisak
James McPartland, PhD, works with a child at the Yale Child Study Center.

The center supports synergies among researchers in clinical and translational neuroscience, elevating collaboration and cross-disciplinary science. In support of this, the center oversees an annual competitive internal grant program, supporting a mechanism for pilot projects and exploratory high-risk, high-reward projects.

These grant programs will emphasize novel multiple-PI collaborations, cross-departmental and/or cross-disciplinary work, and a focus on clinical and translational neuroscience with the potential to touch patients.

Training Opportunities

  • The center cultivates education and training programs in clinical and translational neuroscience research.
  • The center supports two postdoctoral positions per year (with two years of support for each trainee).
  • The center oversees a junior faculty clinician-scientist training slot dedicated to clinical and translational neuroscience.
  • The center coordinates workshops and seminars, bringing together core faculty and members of the broader translational neuroscience community, across departments and schools. Participation will be encouraged for any Yale faculty whose work aligns with center goals.

How to Get Involved

We welcome your interest in the Yale Center for Brain & Mind Health.