Post Graduate Fellowships
Director: Guy David, PhD
The Leonard Davis Institute (LDI) of Health Economics Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is a competitive 2-year position for recent graduates of doctoral programs in economics, health services research, or related disciplines. The program is designed to develop expertise in conducting health economics or health services research in a grant-funded environment.
The goal of the program is to provide the fellows with experiences that will help them launch a successful academic career. The postdoctoral fellow will collaborate with University of Pennsylvania faculty on research projects, design and implement original studies, conduct data analyses, and prepare first-authored scientific publications.
Co-Directors: David A. Asch, MD, MBA and Judith A. Long, MD
The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at Penn offers a two-three year, masters-level interdisciplinary training program designed to provide Scholars will skills to improve health and healthcare in community settings. Penn Clinical Scholars become highly capable health services researchers, both able to develop research that is highly relevant to the broader community and to translate research findings into action.
Director: Michael Fine, MD, MSc; Co-Director: Said Ibrahim, MD, MPH
The VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP), supports up to four post-doctoral training positions for qualified individuals who wish to develop and enhance skills in health services research. Prior research on medical topics is not required.