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VA Advanced Fellowship

Health Services Research Postdoctoral Fellowship

Co-Directors Michelle Mengeling, PhD MS and Michael Ohl, MD MSPH

The goal of this fellowship is to provide fellows with two years of advanced interdisciplinary training, education, and embedded opportunities to learn how to apply rigorous health services research and implementation science skills to improve healthcare systems and consequently, the health and wellbeing of Veterans and the Nation. Applicants should demonstrate interest in a career in health services research.

Applications are due March 1, 2022

After which they are reviewed on a rolling basis
Expected fellowship start date will be between July and September 2022


Eligibility: Fellows can be clinicians or non-clinician scientists who have completed doctoral-level training (e.g., MD, DDS, DPM, PhD). Clinician applicants can be physicians and dentists who have completed residency training, as well as nurses, pharmacists, and clinical psychologists who have completed doctoral-level training. Non-clinician applicants can be doctoral-trained individuals in fields relevant to healthcare (e.g., economics, statistics, epidemiology, public health, health policy, psychology, anthropology, sociology, communications, and other fields).

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