Applicants must be American citizens or permanent residents, enrolled full time in a doctoral program at the time the fellowship is awarded (mental health and substance-abuse services applicants must be in an APA-accredited program). Applicants must also demonstrate a commitment to a career in psychology related to research in ethnic minority mental health/substance abuse/HIV-AIDS or neuroscience.
For details about each fellowship, see the September Monitor or contact APA through the information below.
MFP Fellowship applications are available and are accepted through Jan. 15.
You may download an application from the MFP Web site, request an application via e-mail at MFPor write to APA/MFP Fellowship at the APA address.