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Fellowships Program

Applications for the NCCRED Fellowship Program are now open.

Fellows can be clinicians of any multidisciplinary background (e.g. Nursing, Allied Health, Medical).  The candidate will be partnered with a senior clinician-researchereither chosen by the applicant (if there is a preferred established partnership) or in collaboration with NCCRED staff. NCCRED will contribute to the Research Fellow’s salary in a 0.5 FTE “buy-back”, whereby they replace the candidate’s salary for the 1-year fellowship term. That is, the Fellowship represents a 0.5 FTE commitment for 12 months.

A research project will be identified in collaboration between the Research Fellow, the Mentor, the NCCRED Director and the Chair of the NCCRED Board. This will be an iterative process that will be informed by the Research Fellow’s experience, interest, and career aspirations. 

Key dates

Process / step

15 May 2019

Applications open

30 June 2019

Applications close

01 July 2019

NCCRED Director review of applications

02 July 2019

WG review of applications

03 July – 10 July 2019

Interview period (Methamphetamine and Emerging Drugs Clinical Research Network Working Group sub-committee)

11 July 2019

NCCRED Board of Directors meeting – to review Working Group sub-committee recommendations for appointment

15 July 2019

Acceptance notification

25 July 2019

Deadline for acceptance

01 Feb 2020 (rolling – not fixed)

Fellowship begins


Applications for the Fellowship Program are now open and close 2359 (11:59pm) on Sunday 30th June.

For more information on the program and how to apply review the following document.

Fellowship Program

If you have any questions please let us know.

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