Population Health Fellowships & Training Programs
The Department of Population Health at NYU Langone offers postdoctoral fellowships and other programs for students who have earned an MD or other doctoral degree and are seeking specialized postgraduate training.
Addiction Medicine Fellowship
The one-year addiction medicine fellowship in our Section on Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug Use prepares medical school graduates to take the American Board of Addiction Medicine certification exam and pursue a career in the field.
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Minorities in Behavioral and Cardiovascular Health Research
Our Postdoctoral Fellowship for Minorities in Behavioral and Cardiovascular Health Research is a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in our Center for Healthful Behavior Change. Through this program, we train and mentor students from under-represented racial and ethnic minority groups and those with disabilities, providing the skills they need for careers in cardiometabolic research.
Population Health Summer Research Fellowship for Medical Students
Our Population Health Summer Research Fellowship for Medical Students, offered in the summer after the first year of medical school, is for students who are new to population health research or looking to expand their research experience.
Summer Institute in Behavioral Medicine and Sleep Disorders Research Training for Junior-Level Scientists
Our Program to Increase Diversity in Behavioral Medicine and Sleep Disorders Research Summer Institute in the Center for Healthful Behavior Change trains and mentors junior-level scientists from under-represented racial and ethnic minority groups and those with disabilities, preparing them for careers in multidisciplinary behavioral medicine and sleep disorders research.
Training in Neuroscience Research for Junior Faculty and Postdocs
Our one-year Congruent Mentorship to Reach Academic Diversity in Neuroscience Research program provides mentorship and training to junior-level faculty and postdoctoral fellows, preparing them for careers in research into neurological health disparities in underserved minority communities.
Population Health Science Scholars Program
NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Population Health Science Scholars Program, with a predoctoral and postdoctoral track, seeks to improve healthcare delivery for individuals and to advance population health science by preparing a cadre of scholars for academic careers and leadership at the interface of healthcare delivery and health services research. This interdisciplinary program has three academic homes, the Departments of Population Health, Pediatrics, and Medicine.