Zach Mannes, a 2nd year student in the iRACE lab, received a 2-year pre-doctoral fellowship with the NIDA Substance Abuse Training Center in Public Health (T32) and will be a member of the 2016-2017 training cohort. With the funding from the T32, Zach hopes to continue to develop his training in translational biopsychosocial sciences related to substance use, with a strong focus on developing behavioral interventions to reduce substance misuse and improve health outcomes in underrepresented populations. Zach looks forward to working closely with substance use researchers within the departments of Epidemiology and Clinical and Health Psychology, and hopes to get involved with a multitude of NIH-funded projects. Congratulations to Zach on this accomplishment!
Dr. Ennis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences & Social Medicine in the College of Medicine at the Florida State University. Her mission is to build a learning and responsive healthcare system that improves care for underserved populations.
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