The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program is a two-year fellowship for physicians interested in clinical research and healthcare leadership. The fellowship provides rigorous training in clinical and health services research, health policy, and community-based health research. Under the guidance of mentors, Scholars will conduct two or more independent clinical research projects during the fellowship. The fellowship is offered at four sites: the University of California, the University of Michigan, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. Physicians typically apply in their second year of residency, for a start date after the end of their third year of residency. Surgeons can apply in their first year of residency.
Application deadline: February 29, 2008.
For more detailed information and to obtain an application, please visit the Program website at http://rwjcsp.unc.edu/.