The University of Washington Surgical Outcomes Center is recruiting for one position in our two year, NIDDK-funded T32 fellowship starting July 2022. P. This NIDDK-funded post-doctoral fellowship involves didactic training and practical experience in advanced research methodology focused on interventions related to the gastrointestinal system, obesity, and obesity-associated conditions. The training is focused in six areas:
Research using observational data.
Patient-centered outcome and preference assessment.
Health economics and behavioral economics.
Implementation and health systems science.
Clinical / translational research.
Research operations management.
The didactic component of this fellowship includes coursework that results in a Masters of Public Health (MPH) or Masters in Science (MS) degree through the University of Washington School of Public Health. The T32 Fellows will also participate in unique community, regional, and national research initiatives including Washington State’s Comparative Effectiveness Research Translation Network (CERTAIN).
For more program and application information, go to: https://uwsurgery.org/sorce-intro/postdoctoral-fellowship/
Surgical Outcomes Research Center Department of Surgery University of Washington 1107 NE 45th Street, Suite 502 Box 354808 Seattle, WA 98105 http://uwsurgery.org/sorce