$1000 prize for the best paper in Population Medicine by an HMS/HSDM student
The Harvard-wide Fellowship in Pediatric Health Services Research is a collaborative program operating across three research sites: Boston Children's Hospital, where the program is based; the Department of Population Medicine; and the MGH Department of General Academic Pediatrics. The collaborative structure of the program provides fellows with access to the broad and deep resources of the Harvard institutions.
On May 22, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care leaders, staff and representatives of its constituencies – including network clinician leaders, consumer and employer representatives – gathered to congratulate Professor Jim Sabin for his 20-year leadership of the Harvard Pilgrim Ethics Program and welcome his
The Harvard Medical School (HMS) Fellowship Program in General Medicine and Primary Care is a collaboration of major clinical institutions of HMS and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. One of the leading training programs in the nation, the Fellowship provides research training and experience under the direction of highly qualified mentors and has produced numerous academic leaders in general medicine research, education, and health care.
We are pleased to announce that Sanjay Kishore and Margaret Hayden, both students at Harvard Medical School, have been selected to receive the annual Fletcher Prize in Population Medicine. The Fletcher Prize is awarded by the Department for the best paper on a topic in Population Medicine written by a Harvard Medical School or Harvard School of Dental Medicine student.