ARTT Center of Excellence UT Health San Antonio

NIDA T32 Training Program
Postdoctoral Training in Drug Abuse Research:
Behavior & Neurobiology

Training Plan

With their faculty mentor, trainees develop an individualized development plan (IDP) that outlines the goals of the postdoctoral training, benchmarks and mechanisms for evaluation, and the expected duration.

Expectations of Trainees

Each trainee participates in a variety of seminars, classes, journal clubs, and meetings associated with the program. In addition to conducting research, trainees are required to attend the following Program activities:

  • Basics of Research Design (PHARM 5020)
  • Training in the responsible conduct of research
  • Addiction Journal Club
  • Chalk Talks
  • Director's Meetings
  • Community Outreach

Notification of Publications and Other Activities

While in the program, all trainees need to provide updates on all of the publications, presentations, awards, and other accomplishments that result from the Training Program. This information should be uploaded to the Trainee Activity Report, or sent to


NIDA T32 Handbook

The project described is supported by Award Number T32DA031115 from the National Institute On Drug Abuse. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institute On Drug Abuse or the National Institutes of Health.