NIH funded T-32 training program in health services and outcomes research
The University of Michigan Plastic Surgery Program is seeking a trainee for the NIH funded T-32 training program in health services and outcomes research. Eligible candidates should have completed a minimum of 2 years of surgery training in any of the surgical disciplines. The trainee would be joining a comprehensive outcomes research program that consists of over 10 health service researchers supervised by Dr. Kevin Chung. The trainee will have access to world class researchers for the Institute of Health Policy and Innovation who will serve as mentors for a trainee who aspires to be an academic surgeon with clinical research interest. Candidates should submit a CV and 3 references to Jeanne Mulholland at firstname.lastname@example.org. The selected applicant start for the calendar year of July 1st 2018 and the training duration will be for 2 years.
University of Michigan, Plastic Surgery Program
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