Brandeis University

The focus of the program is the study of the impact of the organization, financing, and management of alcohol prevention and treatment services on quality, cost, access to, and outcomes of care. The primary objective of the program is the focused and rigorous preparation of doctoral students for research careers in universities, governmental agencies, or other research settings devoted to alcohol-related services research.

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Contact Information

Constance Horgan, ScD, Director of NIAAA Fellowship Program
Institute for Behavioral Health
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brandeis University
415 South Street
MS 035
Waltham, Massachusetts 02454-9110
The NIAAA Training Program is a three-year, full-time PhD program offered by the Institute for Behavioral Health of the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy. Each fellowship includes full tuition support for two years, an annual stipend, and individual Brandeis University health insurance coverage. A third year of funding is available through the Heller School.

Last Updated: 03/30/2016