The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies is recruiting for two T32 training programs, funded by NIAAA and NIDA, providing research training on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, dependence, early intervention, and treatment. CAAS research includes laboratory studies of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use; clinical trials testing behavioral and pharmacologic interventions; studies of intervention mechanisms (using electronic diaries, cue reactivity, behavioral economics, and analysis of therapeutic process variables), alcohol/HIV research, and tobacco regulatory science. Training includes structured didactic seminars, supervised research experience, and an intensive mentored grant writing process. Applications are due December 21, 2018, and reviews will continue until positions are filled. Starting dates vary from July 1 to September 1, 2019. For program details and application see http://www.caas.brown.edu/Content/training/. Applicants must hold a doctoral degree at the time the fellowship begins and be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. The Brown University School of Public Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and actively solicits applications from women and minorities.