The Trainee Investigator Network of Expertise (NoE) includes:
- Undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows learning implementation research
- Trainees who:
- Are interested in assisting with SIRC’s initiatives for trainees, AND/OR
- Have participated in (e.g., as a research assistant) or conducted independent research in D&I and are interested in being a peer resource to SIRC trainee members
- 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.
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 Trainee NoE through an annual application sent out via the SIRC listserv.
- Apply using this link
- Applications will be due in September/October each year.
- There are two deadlines for the NoE applications this year (2022). For those who want to participate in the IDW, we have an early deadline of August 8th. For all other applicants, the deadline is 5pm PT Monday, October 31st.
- 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 Student 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/. Membership is annual fee of $50 a year for students, with financial hardship scholarships available.
|Name||Career Stage||Program Type||University/Program Affiliation||Research Interests|
|Amelia Van Pelt||Post-doctoral fellow||Global Implementation Science||Northwestern University||global health, infectious diseases, implementation, resource-limited settings||@AmeliaVanPelt|
|Asha Rudrabhatla||Post-baccalaureate||Post-baccalaureate research coordinator||University of Southern California (USC)||racism and mental health disparities; mechanisms, adaptation; racial/ethnic minority children and youth||@asha827|
|Blaine Garman-McClaine||4th year grad student||Special Education PhD||Indiana University||Special education, autism, adoption, mechanisms, fidelity, teachers and other school personnel, intermediary organizations||@Mcblaine_|
|Brigid Marriott||Post-doctoral fellow||Indiana University School of Medicine||Adaptation; implementation strategy tracking; mechanisms|
|Callie Walsh-Bailey||4th year grad student||Public Health Sciences PhD||Washington University in St. Louis||Adaptation; implementation strategy tracking; mechanisms||@CWalshBailey|
|Catherine Corbin||Post-doctoral fellow||University of Washington||education, mechanisms, adaptation, strategies, youth||@DrCathyCorbin|
|Charis Xuan Xie||3rd year grad student||Queen Mary University of London||Implementation efficiency, implementation trials, program/service evaluation, efficient evaluation, routine healthcare data||@charis9527|
|Clara Johnson||3rd year grad student||Clinical Psychology PhD||University of Washington||@ClaraJohnson_|
|Cristina Corbin||Post-doctoral fellow||Health Behavior Change||NYU Langone Health, Department of Population Health||behavioral health, human services, learning collaborative, fidelity, early childhood, Hispanic/Latino/a populations||@GagoPhD|
|Frances Chu||5th year grad student||Nursing PhD||University of Washington||Geriatrics, health literacy, HCD/UCD, team science|
|Gretchen Buchanan||Post-doctoral fellow||Washington University in St. Louis|
|Jake Tempchin||1st year grad student||Clinical Psychology PhD||University of Memphis||substance use, alcohol use, integrated care, harm reduction||@tempchn|
|James Lee||Post-doctoral fellow||Autism research postdoc||Juniper Gardens ChildrenÕs Project, University of Kansas|
|Kimberly Williams||5th year graduate student||Health Management & Policy DrPH||Drexel University||Behavioral health integration, substance use disorder, access to care, health policy, implementation strategies||@Kim_D_Williams|
|Margaret Crane||Clinical psychology resident||Clinical Psychology PhD||Temple University||Dissemination, direct-to-consumer marketing, patient perspectives, key opinion leaders, purveyor organizations||@margaret_crane1|
|Mary Finley||Research Assistant||The Ohio State University||behavioral health services, child welfare systems, geographic variations, implementation challenges|
|Noah Triplett||5th year grad student||Clinical Psychology PhD||University of Washington||Global mental health; participatory research; health equity||@noah_triplett|
|Rachel Forcino||Post-doctoral fellow||Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College||Cancer control/survivorship; learning collaboratives; system-level barriers and facilitators|
|Ryan Walsh||4th year grad student||Rehabilitation and Participation Science PhD||Washington University School of Medicine, Program in Occupational Therapy||Occupational safety and health, occupational therapy, program implementation and evaluation, systems science and thinking, adaptation|
|Stephanie Yu||5th year grad student||Clinical Psychology PhD||University of California, Los Angeles||mental health equity, community implementation and adaptation of EBPs for historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups, school-based EBP implementation||@StephanieHtYu|
|Vivian Byeon||4th year grad student||Clinical Psychology PhD||University of California, Los Angeles||Organizational level strategies, inner context, sustainment, mental health EBPs||@vivianbyeon|
|Zabin Patel Syed||Post-doctoral fellow||Northwestern University||scalable interventions, community-based, access to care, youth||@zabinsp|