The Prevention and Methodology Training Program (PAMT)

PAMT trainees and leadershipThe interdisciplinary Prevention and Methodology Training Program (PAMT) trains pre-doctoral graduate students and post-doctoral researchers interested in prevention science and statistical methodology. PAMT is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse through a T32 grant to two well-established and vibrant research centers at Penn State: the Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center and the Methodology Center. PAMT's purpose is to produce scientists trained in the integration of prevention science and statistical methodology, and it offers a unique opportunity for highly motivated pre- and post-doctoral researchers to continue their training in a synergistic environment that includes some of the top prevention scientists and methodologists in the country. 

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Webinar on Postdoc Fellowships

Bethany Bray

Join Methodology Center Associate Director Bethany Bray for an informational session about postdoctoral fellowships in PAMT. The discussion will cover the purpose of PAMT, application process, advantages of the program, and expectations associated with receiving a fellowship. This webinar will be one hour in length; you can think of it as "30 & 30" rather than "1 & 1." The information session will be held on Tuesday, November 6, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

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Postdoctoral Opportunity

job openings

PAMT has an opening for a post-doctoral researcher. The post-doc will work with two mentors in the field and will be involved in ongoing projects with the opportunity to publish.

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Contact Information

For more information about PAMT, contact Dr. Bethany Bray, the Associate Training Director.

Bethany Bray

bcbray@psu.edu

(814) 865-1225