Joining the AMSP
Are you interested in becoming an AMSP scholar? If so, here is a list of
information, requirements and instructions on how you can give yourself the
opportunity to do so.
Approaches for incorporating education about alcohol and drugs into the
curriculum of your medical school.
Ways to develop optimal slides and lectures, speaking skills and
Skills for developing academic careers.
Two 3-day meetings each year for two years in which the Scholar learns
skills and develops lectures on topics pertaining to alcohol and drugs of
abuse. All expenses are covered by AMSP.
Two conference calls each year to discuss progress and problems each of
the two years.
Full-time faculty member of a United States medical school (Part-time
faculty are not considered).
Potential to influence curriculum in your medical school.
Interest in improving your skills developing and giving lectures and
expanding education on alcohol and drug-related issues for medical
students and other school of medicine trainees.
Interest OR experience in alcohol/drug treatment or research (prior
experience is not required).
Ability to adhere to strict deadlines and participate fully in all
meetings and conference calls during your 2-year tenure as an AMSP
Review the lectures on this website to see if you believe you could
create similar high-quality lectures and expand education on
alcohol/drug issues in your school of medicine.
E-mail your curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
Dr. Marc A. Schuckit, M.D.
In your letter of intent, please describe the reasons you would like to
be a scholar in AMSP.
, Director, AMSP
Professor of Psychiatry
University of California San Diego
Director, Alcohol Drug Treatment Program
VA San Diego Healthcare System