Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, USA
Research fellow Dr. Jun Chen
The World Psychiatric Association, as part of its Action Plan 2008-2011, has launched a programme of research fellowships for early-career psychiatrists from low- or lower-middle income countries, in collaboration with internationally recognized Centers of Excellence in Psychiatry.
Within this programme, the World Psychiatric Association is funding a research fellowship at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH, USA.
The successful candidate will spend one year at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH, USA and conduct research in the field of the phenomenology and therapeutics of bipolar disorder.
Forty-eight applications were received by the deadline of September 30. The selection was made by Profs. Joseph Calabrese and Mario Maj.
The selected fellow is Dr. Jun Chen from China. His fellowship will start in February 2010.
He will receive a subsidy of 30,000 Euros plus coverage of travel expenses (economy class). He has committed himself to report to the World Psychiatric Association about the results of his activity, and to apply in his country of origin what he has learned.