Leadership

Director: Alan J. Budney, Ph.D.

Dr. Budney is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and is the Director of the Treatment Development and Evaluation Core of the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health. Dr. Budney has extensive experience with T32 programs. He was a postdoctoral trainee in the University of Vermont's (UVM) T32 program; he mentored trainees in UVM's T32 program; he was Co-Director and Director of a T32 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and now is Director of Dartmouth's T32. His training and research has been funded continuously through NIDA since 1990 via T32, R21, R29, R01, and CTSA mechanisms.

Co-Directors / Executive Committee

Predoctoral Training - Dr. David Bucci coordinates the predoctoral training program. He is a Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. He coordinates applications, selection processes, and evaluations of predoctoral trainees.
Postdoctoral Training - The postdoctoral training program is coordinated by Dr. Catherine Stanger. Dr. Stanger coordinates recruitment, selection processes, and performance evaluations for postdoctoral trainees.
Educational Programming - Dr. Alan Budney and Dr. Lisa Marsch coordinate the educational component of the program. They recruit for and design the curriculum for the Co-occurring Disorders Survey course, with documentation of trainee participation, and facilitation of seminar evaluations.
Underrepresented Minority Recruitment Programming - Recognizing the importance and challenges of recruiting underrepresented minorities to this field of science, Dr. Sarah Lord leads the program's efforts to attract minority trainees to our program. Dr. Lord works with multiple groups across campus to enhance the program's visibility, and to develop effective plans for recruitment.
Liaison to the College and Medical School - Dr. Alan Green and Dr. James Sargent assure that the training program is connected with the broad and diverse resources that Dartmouth makes available to support research and training. They ensure that trainees and mentors are aware of the opportunities for intramural and extramural funding, research resources, ancillary training, recruitment/retention assistance, and education.