If you are interested in learning more about our program and becoming an AD-RCMAR Scientist, email Jennifer Reichstadt, with a) your CV and b) a brief personal statement of your research thus far and interests (or biosketch) at jreichstadt@health.ucsd.edu.

Pilot Project Focus: Projects must be focused on behavioral, psychological, social, and/or economic research related to AD/ADRD.

Requirements: Selected AD-RCMAR Scientists are expected to develop a pilot project proposal with assistance from AD-RCMAR leadership, attend monthly training seminars, present their AD-RCMAR research at workshops, complete an Individual Career Development Plan, and engage in other career and research development activities. In addition, AD-RCMAR Scientists will regularly report their career development and research progress during their year of AD-RCMAR support and thereafter as their careers advance.

Eligibility: All applicants must be a current U.S. citizen or hold a U.S. Permanent Resident Visa. Applicants should also be junior faculty members (e.g., Assistant Professor) from SDSU (San Diego or Imperial Valley campus), UC San Diego or another local or regional academic institution. Applications are encouraged from individuals from diverse backgrounds, including, but not limited to, racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in biomedical and behavioral research, individuals with disabilities, and/or women (see, Notice of NIH’s Interest in Diversity, NOT-OD-20-031).