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Training Opportunities

Post-Doctoral Training Program

The VA Center for Clinical Management Research, Ann Arbor, MI, is seeking applications from qualified recent doctoral degree graduates for a postdoctoral fellowship in health services research. Candidates must have an interest in conducting health services research in one of our research areas, and have an earned doctorate in a discipline such as economics, epidemiology, health policy, organizational behavior, medical informatics, sociology, psychology, nursing, or statistics. Fellows are provided the opportunity to participate in ongoing research and/or explore new areas of research under the mentorship of one or more investigators at the Center.

The fellowship can be renewed for a second year and third year. Annual salary is $45,900 for year 1, $48,400 for year 2 + health benefits. Research assistant support is provided, along with funds to attend an annual professional conference.

The deadline for applications each year is January 15, for guaranteed full consideration. Although, applications submitted after this date (but before March 1) may still be reviewed, those submitted prior to January 15 will be given priority. Notification of selection is usually in February or March. Applicants who have not received their degree at the time of their application will need to provide a letter from their dissertation committee chair indicating that the applicant is on track to complete all requirements in fulfillment of their degree by 8 weeks prior to the desired start date. Applicants cannot be more than three years past receipt of their PhD.

Start date for the fellowship is somewhat flexible, but must occur between July 1 and December 31. To apply, send curriculum vitae, names and e-mail addresses of three references, and a cover letter describing your research interests and goals for the fellowship to Dr. Julie Lowery at Julie.Lowery@va.gov by January 15. This is a federal government position; U.S. citizenship is required. We are an equal opportunity employer.

 
 

VA Advanced Psychiatry Fellowships and Post-doctoral Fellowship Programs

The VA Advanced Psychiatry Fellowship and Post-doctoral Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment is a National Fellowship affiliated with the University of Michigan, Department of Psychiatry, and based within SMITREC/MHSOT. The primary method of training for fellows is supervised service delivery in direct contact with patients, although there is an additional strong focus on research skill development. The goals of the Fellowships are to provide mentored experience in clinical skill development, treatment evaluation, research design and implementation, publication of research and evaluation products, and grant writing. Post-doctoral fellows receive supervised clinical training sufficient for license eligibility. Postdoctoral applicants must be graduates of APA-accredited doctoral programs in clinical or counseling psychology, have completed an APA-accredited internship, and be U.S. citizens. Post-residency physician applicants must have completed ACGME-accredited residency training, be board eligible or board certified, and have an active, unrestricted U.S. license to practice. International medical graduates must have a current visa and an ECFMG certificate that is valid indefinitely. For more information about this program go to: University of Michigan - VA Ann Arbor Consortium*

 


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