The Cornerstone of Independent, Evidence-Based Addiction Medicine

ACAAM has been working tirelessly for more than a decade to formally establish addiction medicine within the U.S. medical landscape by advocating for the nation’s first accredited addiction medicine fellowship programs. ACAAM’s leadership was critical to addiction medicine obtaining American Board of Medical Specialties recognition and achieving ACGME accreditation for addiction medicine fellowship programs. Today, ACAAM is the proud academic home for addiction medicine faculty and trainees.

ACAAM is dedicated to training and supporting the next generation of academic addiction medicine leaders needed to meet the ubiquitous health challenges from substance use. Central to this mission is committed action to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion of the academic addiction medicine workforce.

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2023-24 Fellowship Training Positions Available

Opportunities still exist for those seeking an addiction medicine fellowship position for the 2023-2024 appointment year. With fellowships available across the country, addiction medicine offers a wide range of training and career options. Clinical fellowships are available for physicians who have completed residency training in any of the 24 primary specialties. 

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Attend the 4th Annual Addiction Medicine Fellow Graduation

Join ACAAM for the 4th Annual Addiction Medicine Fellow Graduation, taking place on Thursday, June 8 at 6 pm ET. The event will feature recorded remarks from NIDA Director Nora Volkow, MD, and Assistant Secretary for Health in the Department of Health & Human Services, Adm. Rachel Levine, MD. Live remarks will be provided by NIAAA Director George Koob, PhD, which will be followed by a virtual procession of the 2023 graduates. If you are interested in attending the virtual event, please email [email protected] and we would be happy to provide the Zoom link.

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