Academic Development Opportunities
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The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison offers the following academic development opportunities for faculty, educators and staff.
Centennial Scholars Program
The goal of the Centennial Scholars Program is to develop faculty whose diversity enhances the quality of education and research at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, and who may serve as visible and available role models for students and trainees, especially those from underrepresented minority backgrounds.
For more information, contact Patricia Kokotailo, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Faculty Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Medicine Research Fellowship
The Primary Care Research Fellowship trains primary care physicians and PhD scientists interested in careers in medical research related to the organization, delivery, or effectiveness of primary health care and preventive medicine. Fellows take courses in epidemiology, statistics and research methods, with the goal of obtaining an NIH or other substantive grant. This is a full-time, post-doctoral research training position with two year commitment.
For more information contact Bruce Barrett, fellowship director, at Bruce.Barrett@fammed.wisc.edu.
Integrative Medicine Fellowship
The Academic Integrative Medicine (AIM) Fellowship was created in 2003 to tap into the array of educational resources available through the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Program. This is a two-year, postdoctoral fellowship that allows participants to combine academic and integrative medicine interests. Its purpose is to create national and international leaders in Integrative Medicine. At this time, preference is given to graduates of the family medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin.
For more information, contact Adam Rindfleisch, fellowship director, at Adam.Rindfleisch@fammed.wisc.edu.
Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) Scholars Program
The Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) Scholars Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison two linked goals are to increase the diversity of academic leaders in the field of Women's Health and to promote research to reduce existing disparities in health status and health outcomes in diverse populations of women.
Institute for Clinical and Translational Research KL2 Scholars
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Research offers a KL2 Scholars program, established in 2007 with a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the NIH. This five-year award supports interdisciplinary research among investigators and scholars/trainees at UW-Madison and Marshfield Clinic, in communities around the state, and with CTSAs in other states.
For more information, contact Pam Asquith, Administrative Program Specialist, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, at email@example.com.