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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Recovery Support Services: Harvard Medical School

News Date: Friday, March 26, 2021 - 13:45

Postdoctoral Addiction Fellowship in Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care

The Recovery Research Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow for a NIDA-funded R24 two-year fellowship to commence in the summer/fall 2021. The goal of the R24 is to advance the science on recovery community centers (RCCs); services that provide access and linkages to resources to help individuals initiate and sustain remission as well as improve physical and emotional well-being (e.g., housing, jobs, recovery coaching). The R24 focuses, in particular, on the intersection between these community-based services and opioid agonist and antagonist medications (e.g., buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone) for individuals with current or remitted opioid use disorder. To this end, our team, consisting of scientists, clinicians, recovery support services leadership, and persons with lived experience from multiple organizations and institutions from across the US, are coordinating several activities to advance the science on RCCs ( We are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to be involved in all of these activities (e.g., participate in the monthly seminar series, participate in Steering Committee meetings, and become involved in providing technical assistance to RCC personnel) while advancing their own line of research through manuscript preparation, professional network building, and grant writing.

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Also feel free to reach out directly to Dr. John Kelly ( and/or Dr. Bettina Hoeppner ( about this position – we are excited to chat with you!

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