Current Fellowship Opportunities
Fellowship in Health Policy and Insurance Research
Typical applicants hold clinical doctorates (MD, PharmD, or equivalent) with additional research training or experience; PhD or equivalent degrees; or are PhD candidates who have completed their course work, including statistics and epidemiology courses or equivalent, and qualifying examinations. We encourage prospective applicants to send an informal inquiry about their interest in the fellowship to the Fellowship Administrator.
Applications are reviewed as they are received. Fellowship start dates are flexible.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
We are seeking promising and highly motivated individuals for a postdoctoral research fellowship in the Division of Chronic Disease Research Across the Lifecourse (CoRAL) in the Department of Population Medicine (DPM) at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. The research will focus on understanding pathophysiology of gestational diabetes, as well as prenatal determinants of obesity and cardiometabolic risk in childhood, leveraging rich multi-omics data in the prospective pre-birth cohort Gen3G. Join our team:
Post-doctoral Research Fellowship in Pharmacoepidemiology and Real-world Evidence
The Research Fellow will perform research under the guidance of Darren Toh, ScD, DPM Endowed Professor and Associate Director of TIDE, and other faculty members and research scientists. The Fellow will have the opportunity to lead and participate in a wide range of comparative effectiveness and safety research studies and public health surveillance projects, including NIH-funded and AHRQ-funded projects, FDA-funded Sentinel program (www.sentinelinitiative.org), and other federally and industry-funded projects. These projects leverage multiple real-world data (RWD) sources, including administrative claims databases and electronic health record (EHR) databases, available in-house or through distributed data networks. Specific projects will be determined based on the Fellow’s background and interests. Additionally, the Fellow will have an opportunity to participate in other activities, including grant preparation activities (e.g., writing research plans, supporting budget preparation, and submitting IRB applications) and journal review and editorial activities.