Because of its outstanding resources, unique funding mechanisms, and location in the nation’s capitol, the NIMH Division of Intramural Research Program is viewed as a national resource, providing unique opportunities in mental health research and research training.
Training is conducted in all the Institute’s clinical branches and basic neuroscience laboratories located on the 305-acre National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland. In addition to individualized trainee/mentor-driven postdoctoral training opportunities in the clinical and basic sciences, the DIRP offers Post baccalaureate Research Training Awards, a Clinical Electives Program, as well as a variety of Summer Research Fellowships and an Undergraduate Internship Program.
Section on Behavioral Endocrinology
National Institute of Mental Health
10 Center Dr, MSC 1277
Bethesda, MD 20892