Advance your research journey – join the FAIR Summit!

If you are an early career investigator eager to push boundaries in adaptive interventions, this is your opportunity to hone your research plans and gain insightful feedback.

Join fellow researchers at the Future of Adaptive Intervention Research (FAIR) Summit on October 9-10, 2024 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The summit will create a collaborative environment for early career investigators focused on adaptive interventions to share their work, discuss challenges, and gather constructive feedback from experts in the field. It’s an opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue and network with researchers, like yourself, who are dedicated to advancing efficient, sustainable, and impactful interventions.

There is no cost for attending the Summit and lodging costs at the Bell Tower Hotel will be paid for all accepted presenters.

FAIR Summit Goals

  • Equip early career researchers with valuable feedback on their adaptive intervention research through a workshop format, helping to expedite their progress and enhance the quality of their work.
  • Foster a nurturing environment that encourages the development of a collaborative learning community among peers and mentors within the field.

FAIR Summit Facilitators


  • Applications due July 26, 2024
  • Applicants notified of the decision by August 5, 2024

Required qualifications:

  • Your current or proposed research involves adaptive interventions.
  • You have specific methodological questions that would benefit from feedback and brainstorming.

Desired qualifications:

  • Your research involves substance use disorder (SUD) or HIV.
  • You are working on a K award.
  • You have a doctorate.

Before applying, please prepare:

  • An updated CV.
  • A single page document describing your project. Additionally, please list the specific methodological questions for which you are seeking feedback. Your submission should not exceed 500 words.

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