Bipolar Disorder Research Fellowship

The primary purpose of this fellowship is to provide an opportunity for the recipient to obtain training in the design and conduct of treatment trials focusing on the short- and long-term treatment of bipolar disorder with special emphasis on bipolar depression and patients with co-occurring Axis I and III disorders, including but not limited to co-occurring anxiety, substance use, obesity, and cardiometabolic disorders.

 One fellowship position is currently available within Adult Psychiatry under the mentorship of Joseph R. Calabrese, MD, Stephen Ganocy, PhD, Keming Gao, MD, PhD, and David Kemp, MD.  This position is a 1-2 year mentored clinical research fellowship designed to prepare board eligible psychiatrists for an academic career in the therapeutics of bipolar disorder. Candidates interested in dedicating themselves to a successful academic research career with emphasis on external funding from the NIMH are encouraged to apply.

 The Fellow will be the recipient of:

  1. a specialized research curriculum
  2. specific training on methods and statistics
  3. mentoring by NIMH-funded program faculty with an emphasis on manuscript preparation, scientific presentation, and grant writing 
  4. experiential learning involving the operational management of an NIMH-funded research infrastructure

Interested candidates should email their curriculum vitae and statement of interest to Joseph R. Calabrese at the email listed below.

Joseph R. Calabrese, M.D.
Director, Bipolar Disorders Research Center

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
10524 Euclid Avenue, 12th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 844-2865