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Funding & Perks

Funding

Our research fellowship is funded by a National Research Service Award (NRSA) from the National Institutes of Health (T32), run by Dr. Michael Pinsky and Dr. Jeremy Kahn. All T32 trainees must be US citizens or permanent residents holding doctoral degrees (ether MD, MD-PhD, or PhD). Additional Departmental support is available for applicants currently enrolled in one of our clinical fellowships. Applicants that are not eligible for the T32 and are not enrolled in one our clinical fellowships must separately arrange for funding from a professional society, their home institution, their home country, or some other source.

Perks

As a Departmental Research Fellow, you will enjoy the following:

  • A workspace and computer in our research fellows’ office;
  • Statistical and productivity software via the University’s Computing Services and System Development program
  • Access to unique datasets at the local, national and international level;
  • Methodological and statistical support
  • Structured career development planning, both from our own faculty and from the University’s Office of Academic Career Development.
  • Publication and grant support