Advanced research training opportunities are available for post-doctoral fellows, graduate students (PhD and Masters) and clinician researchers who wish to acquire specialized research knowledge and skill in gender, women and addiction.

To be considered for an Impart  Fellowship you must demonstrate a career trajectory in relation to addictions in girls and women. This includes:
  • a passion for the advancement and integration of knowledge, practice and policy in the area of gender, women and addictions.
  • previous research experience in gender, women and addictions.
  • recent employment experience in  research, programs, services or policy related to gender, women and addictions.
  • scholarly publications (this applies to graduate students and post doctoral fellows)
  • content expertise in some aspect of gender, women and addictions.
  • a commitment to advancing research in relation to addictions.

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