DMM Fellowship

IASA wishes to offer Fellowships to doctoral and post-doctoral university students for the purpose of promoting teaching and research using the DMM in the future. The Fellowships seek to support doctoral and post-doctoral students in their path to becoming faculty members in universities in order to train the next generation of DMM clinicians and researchers, and to themselves carry out DMM research. Further information about the Fellowships and the evaluation criteria is given in the linked documents below. Please note, IASA DMM Fellowship funds cannot be used to pay university indirect costs, faculty supervisors, research co-authors, or costs that are already funded. Funds can be used to pay coders, cover the Fellow’s expenses while carrying out the fellowship, or hiring expert assistance (other than from university mentors).