Health Services Research Training Program (NRSA) T32
This program is intended to support students already accepted to a University of Chicago PhD program.
The Health Services Research Training Program is appropriate for pre-doctoral trainees in health services research.
This AHRQ-funded program incorporates interdisciplinary training through collaborative efforts in Health Economics, Health Studies, Medical Sociology, Organizational Behavior and Health, Psychology, Public Policy in Health, and Social Service Administration. While graduate students from any discipline are welcome to apply, students should desire to pursue academic careers in health services research or related fields. This training program is intended to support students from thesis development through the later stages of their thesis. Applicants should be in second year, or later, of their PhD program.
The fellowships are for the period of one year with a possibility of renewal. Trainees must have United States citizenship or be a US permanent resident. Fellowships pay a stipend of $22,032, tuition, fees, and a modest travel stipend to cover the expense of the annual NRSA meeting. Further details on the program and its requirements are available from Kathleen Cagney, PhD (773.256.6341) or Liz Nida (773.702.3726).
Applications are accepted through October 1, 2013.