Does the Center offer financial support to graduate students and post-docs?
The Center does offer support to qualified graduate students and post-docs. To be eligible, a student or post-doc must currently be involved in the research of a Center scientist, or have made arrangements to become involved in the research of a Center scientist. (Please see the question above for additional details if you are a prospective graduate student.)
In addition, the National Institute on Drug Abuse has awarded Penn State an interdisciplinary training program for scientists seeking to integrate statistical methodology and prevention. The Prevention and Methodology Training (PAMT) program is a partnership between The Methodology Center and the Prevention Research Center. PAMT funds several post-docs and graduate students from various departments.
See our Training page for further information.