Senior Fellows

Eligibility

Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors with a current faculty position at the University of Pennsylvania and/or the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) can apply to become LDI Senior Fellows. Please note: Rare exceptions may be made for Penn leadership appointments.

Benefits

LDI offers an array of resources and opportunities to Senior Fellows to support, connect, engage, and amplify their research. Click here to learn more about the benefits of the Senior Fellows Program.

Requirements

  • Spend approximately 75-100 hours per year on related to Penn LDI’s mission. Qualifying activities are broadly defined and include many forms of collaboration, participation, and engagement with LDI and the LDI community. Examples include:
    • Research and Policy Projects
      • Serve as an investigator on a research and/or policy project directly connected to LDI’s mission.
      • Prepare a proposal on a research and/or policy project directly connected to LDI’s mission with other LDI Senior Fellows.
    • Teaching
      • Teach a course at Penn directly connected to LDI’s mission.
    • Mentorship
    • Penn LDI Community Involvement
      • Serve on a Penn LDI committee.
      • Regularly attend Penn’s LDI research and policy seminars and conferences.
      • Regularly attend Penn LDI/Perelman School of Medicine health services workshops.
      • Join an LDI working group
    • Presentations and Original Content
      • Present public testimony or talks on behalf of Penn LDI.
      • Prepare blog posts for Penn LDI on behalf of its mission.
      • Use Penn LDI affiliation on all manuscripts and presentations related to LDI’s mission.
  • Provide regular updates on your Penn LDI-related research, policy, and educational activities, including publications, presentations, grants, etc.

Application

Applications are reviewed and appointments are made on an ongoing basis. The initial appointment is for three years.

Associate Fellows

Eligibility

Health services research trainees affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania and/or the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), including: (1) PhD students; (2) Postdoctoral Fellows; (3) Fellows actively engaged in research or research training; (4) MD-MSHP students; and (5) Instructors.

Benefits

LDI offers an array of resources and opportunities to Associate Fellows to support, connect, engage, and amplify their research. Click here to learn more about the Benefits of the Associate Fellows Program.

Requirements

  • Spend approximately 75-100 hours per year related to LDI’s mission. Qualifying activities are broadly defined and include many forms of collaboration, participation, and engagement with Penn LDI and the LDI community. Examples include:
    • Research and Policy Projects
      • Serve as an investigator on a research and/or policy project directly connected to Penn LDI’s mission.
      • Prepare a proposal on a research and/or policy project directly connected to LDI’s mission with other LDI Fellows.
    • Penn LDI Community Involvement
      • Regularly attend Penn LDI research or policy seminars, conferences, and networking events.
      • Regularly attend Penn LDI/Perelman School of Medicine health services workshops.
      • Join an LDI working group
    • Presentations and Original Content
      • Prepare blogs for Penn LDI on behalf of its mission.
      • Use Penn LDI affiliation on all manuscripts and presentations related to LDI’s mission.
    • Mentorship
  • Provide regular updates on your Penn LDI-related research, policy, and educational activities, including publications, presentations, grants, and etc.

Application

  • Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis.
  • Associate Fellows are appointed for the duration of their education program, training program, or instructor assignments.

Questions About Your Application? Contact Us.

Tali Ruskin

Tali Ruskin, MSW, MPH

Manager, Fellow Engagement