The mission of the General Internal Medicine Research Fellowship at Weill Cornell Medicine is to train physicians for academic careers in primary care, hospital medicine, and health services research.
This innovative mentored research fellowship focuses on physicians who aim to become extramurally funded independent health services researchers. Our program is uniquely designed to deepen trainees’ understanding of health care, local and international healthcare delivery systems, epidemiology of disease, and interventions to improve health outcomes. We offer tracks in global health, health equity, healthcare fragmentation, healthcare delivery, health policy, implementation science, and community engaged research.
Eligible applicants are graduates of internal medicine, medicine-pediatrics, or family medicine residency training programs who express a commitment to become clinician-scientists. Applicants with prior research experience or fellowships and with Masters or PhD degrees in addition to an MD are encouraged to apply. The program can be adapted to provide them with more advanced training. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information and to apply, please visit the webpage at:
Jan 09, 2021
New York, New York