The Office of Research Training, Diversity, and Disparities (ORTDD) supports cutting edge research training, provides effective approaches to enhancing research workforce diversity, and supports high impact health disparities science in the substance use and addiction field.
Who We Are
The Office of Research Training (ORT)
The Office of Research Training (ORT) provides research grants to meet the Nation’s need for research in the areas of drug use and addiction science. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) portfolio includes research in basic, clinical, and translational sciences. Read more about The Office of Research Training programs and initiatives.
The Office of Diversity and Health Disparities (ODHD)
The Office of Diversity and Health Disparities (ODHD) helps undergraduate and graduate students, post-baccalaureates, postdoctoral fellows, and early-stage investigators from diverse backgrounds, including those from underrepresented groups, launch their independent research careers through various programs, outreach, education, and other research training initiatives. As part of NIDA’s Strategic Plan, ODHD is working to identify and develop approaches to reduce health disparities of vulnerable populations. Read more about The Office of Diversity and Health Disparities programs and initiatives.
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NIDA Research Training and Diversity Opportunities Diversity-Focused Opportunities Diversity-Focused Institutional Award Individual Award Institutional Award Pre-K to High School Undergrad Post baccalaureate Graduate/Medical Postdoctoral Faculty/Investigator
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Office of Research Training Diversity and Disparities
National Institute on Drug Abuse
C/O NIH Mail Center
3WFN MSC 6027
16071 Industrial Dr
Gaithersburg, MD 20892*
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