Population Health Science Scholars Mentored Research

Mentored Research for Predoctoral Trainees

Predoctoral Population Health Science Scholars will work toward their doctoral thesis with the continued oversight of their primary mentor. 

Mentored Research for Postdoctoral Trainees

Fellows are expected to engage in population health science research-related activities, which may include health services research using secondary data, health policy research and evaluation, community-based research, clinical care redesign interventions, or exploration of disparities in care, among other topics.

Formal research training is provided through coursework and through mentored independent research, leading to a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Investigation with a unique focus on healthcare delivery science.

Under faculty mentorship, fellows learn and gain experience in the research process by conducting independent research projects.

Fellows are closely supervised during one-on-one meetings with mentors as well as during regular fellowship and divisional research meetings.