The New Investigators Network of Expertise (NoE) includes researchers with:

  1. A doctoral degree or equivalent experience 
  2. Experience conducting research in D&I for approximately 5 years (including before or during a graduate degree)
    • Experience in D&I research is inclusive of dissemination & implementation science and related fields, such as community-based participatory research, community psychology, program evaluation, quality improvement in healthcare, health equity research, and health services research.
  3. A track record of publications or received a grant in D&I (either as principal, chief, or co-investigator)

What do NoE members do?

All members of the research NoEs provide mentorship to implementation scientists earlier in their D&I career, and/or volunteer with SIRC’s various initiatives (e.g., hosting a webinar/office hour, providing mentorship, participating in Implementation Development Workshops).

How do I apply to the NoE?

  • You may apply to the New Investigator NoE through a bi-annual application sent out via the SIRC listserv.
  • Applications will be due in September/October each year.
  • In the application, you will be asked for the following to determine your qualifications:
    • Your CV
    • Responses to the following questions:
      • How has dissemination and implementation influenced your thinking about research to date? (one paragraph)
      • How are you willing to participate as an active member of the New Investigator NoE? (check all that apply)
  • You must be a SIRC member to participate in the NoE. See below for instructions on how to join SIRC.*

*Benefits for becoming a member of SIRC and information on how to join can be found here: https://societyforimplementationresearchcollaboration.org/sirc-membership/.

Last NameFirst NameAffiliation
AccursoErin
AshcraftLauraEllenPhiladelphia VA
AzadGaziColumbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute
BallSherry
BalohJureUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
BorahElisa
BungerAliciaOhio State University
BustosTatianaPublic Health Seattle King County
CarmelAdamUniversity of Washington, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Choy-BrownMimiUniversity of Minnesota
ConnorsElizabethYale University
ConteKathleenDePaul University
CrableErikaUniversity of California San Diego, Department of Psychiatry
Espel-HuynhHallieAlpert Medical School of Brown University and The Miriam Hospital
FizurPhilCooper Medical School of Rowan University, Cooper University Health Care
FrankHannahThe Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
GlassJosephKaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
GrahamBenjamin
HassettLeanneThe University Of Sydney
HastingsTessaUniversity of South Carolina College of Pharmacy
JohnsonEmilyMedical University of South Carolina
JonesSaleneFred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
KaiserBonnieUniversity of California San Diego
KimBoVA Boston Healthcare System / Harvard Medical School
KimBo-Kyung (Elizabeth)University of Southern California
KimberMelissaMcMaster University
KingAllison
LarsonMadelineCenter for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, University of Minnesota
LiuFreda
MaddoxBrennaUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, TEACCH Autism Program
McGuierElizabethUniversity of Pittsburgh
McHughSheenaUniversity College cork
McLoughlinGabriellaTemple University
MontgomeryTiffanyTemple University College of Public Health, Department of Nursing
MoullinJoannaCurtin University
NealTiffanyIndiana University School of Medicine
OdhiamboLorrianeAugusta University
OkamuraKelsieHawai’i Pacific University
OrimotoTrinaUniversity of Hawaii
ParkAlaynaPalo Alto University
PetrenkoChristieMt Hope Family Center, University of Rochester
PickardKatherineEmory University
RamseyAlexWashington University School of Medicine
Stevens ManserStacey
ZimmermanLindsey