Our interdisciplinary program is embedded in an academic-public sector partnership that has flourished for several decades. Each year, the fellowship offers specific opportunities reflecting current faculty interests:
We welcome applications aimed at these opportunities, and we also welcome applications focused on other safety net issues.
This two-year fellowship offers time, mentorship, and resources to early career researchers with the goal of improving care for patients in safety net health care settings. Our goal is to mentor fellows to be principal investigators for NIH K and R studies.
Applications are sought from a range of disciplines including medicine, health services, epidemiology, statistical methods, social work and social welfare, nursing, medical anthropology and sociology, communications, psychology, and ethnic studies.
Applicants from ethnic and sexual minorities, women, and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply as well as those conducting research in these areas.
For information on the application process, please vist the Information for Applicants page.
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