The UR CTSI aims to cultivate a diverse and inclusive environment that guides and transforms our approaches to healthcare, education, research and community partnerships. Through this fellowship, postdocs are mentored by an interdisciplinary team with members in population health, basic science and at least one mentor from another CTSA hub or University of Rochester partner institution. The program allows up to three in-person or virtual rotations of 2-8 weeks, with at least one rotation in a research or community setting at a different translational level from that of the trainee’s background. With an Individual Development Plan, training is customized to each fellow.
The program also leverages existing University of Rochester infrastructure including the UR CTSI, Institute for Data Science, Center for Biomedical Informatics, Department of Public Health Sciences, Center for Community Health and Prevention, and other training resources.
Fellows choose one of three tracks:
Electronic Health Record as a Resource for Research
National, Regional and Local Database Analytics
Population Health Behavior Change.
Strong data analytic skills are desirable. Per NIH conditions, by the time of appointment, the trainee must be a citizen or a non-citizen national of the United States who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residency.
Applicants are required to be within 3 years of completing their doctoral degree and have a solid track record of published research with > 1 first-authored publication.
Doctoral or professional degree
How to apply
Application and reference letters should be submitted at https://j.mp/2NhMLgY For questions, and for referees who prefer to submit their letters separately, please contact: Deborah Ossip, PhD, Director, Population Health Research Postdoctoral Fellowship Program [email protected]. Please include “TL1 Postdoctoral Application: [Applicant Name]” in the subject line. More information on training experiences through the CTSI can be found at the CTSI website: URMC CTSI TL1 POSTDOC
Complete submission must include: cover letter, personal statement describing the population health track of interest and relevant experience, one-page concept paper for a project, identified University of Rochester primary mentor, full CV, three letters of reference, and a primary mentor letter of support.