Advanced Training in Self-Management Interventions for Serious Chronic Conditions.

Become an innovator in nursing science research

Indiana University School of Nursing received funding from the National Institute of Nursing Research to implement the innovative “Advanced Training in Self-Management Interventions for Serious Chronic Conditions” program (T32 NR018407), which builds on decades of experience in preparing the next generation of nurse scientists.

This research training program prepares nurse scientists to conduct high-impact research and lead interdisciplinary research teams to develop and test innovative self-management interventions to prevent or manage serious chronic conditions.

What we look for in candidates:

  • Academic qualifications
  • Match with a qualified mentor
  • Commitment to a research career
  • Interest in self-management of serious, chronic conditions as your research area

PREDOCTORAL fellows must be currently enrolled in or accepted into the IUSON PhD program to be eligible for consideration.

POSTDOCTORAL fellows need to identify a potential research mentor.

The T32 Program is only open to United States citizens or U.S. permanent residents.

Sheri Robb, PhD, MT-BC

Director, Indiana CTSI KL2 Young Investigators Program
School of Nursing

Research areas: behavioral oncology; child, adolescent/young adult and family; music-based interventions

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Wendy Trueblood Miller, PhD, RN, CNS, CCRN, FAAN, FAES

Associate Dean, Bloomington campus and Associate Professor

Research areas: developing and testing self-management interventions to improve outcomes for people living with epilepsy

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