Department of Medicine
University of Wisconsin
General Internal Medicine Research Fellowship
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of General Internal Medicine is seeking applicants for a Primary Care interdisciplinary 2-year post-residency or postdoctoral Fellowship Program, sponsored by the National Research Services Award Program. The Fellowship is tailored to research skill development for general internists, with a structure that includes graduate courses, seminars, and mentored research. Fellows may pursue a Master's Degree in Public Health.
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The University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine offers a research fellowship in General Internal Medicine in collaboration with the Departments of Family Medicine and Pediatrics. The General Internal Medicine Research fellowship is co-sponsored by the Department of Medicine at University of Wisconsin and the National Research Service Award (NRSA).
This fellowship is a two-year post-residency program with a primary focus on acquiring research skills through graduate degree courses and one-on-one work with a faculty mentor leading to a Master of Science degree in Public Health. The curriculum, taught by the faculty in Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology and associated fields, incorporates work in the area of the fellow's scholarly focus while developing the fellow's basic research skills. Clinical work and teaching options are available to help the fellow maintain and further develop skills as a physician and teacher.
- Successful completion of an Internal Medicine residency
- Interest in conducting clinical, translational or health services research or pursuing an academic career in General Internal Medicine
- A scholarly focus that is compatible with the sponsoring department and the resources available at the UW
Excellent opportunities for collaborative work with General Internal Medicine division faculty exist in the following areas of interest:
- Evidence-Based Medicine and Medical Education Research (Dr Feldstein)
- Tobacco Cessation Research (Dr. Fiore)
- Sleep-Disordered Breathing & Cardiovascular Consequences (Dr. Hla)
- Health Services and Disparities Research (Dr. Jacobs)
- Psychosocial Aspects of Health Care, Smoking Cessation (Drs. Jorenby, Smith)
- Medical Education (Dr. Seibert)
- Hepatitis B and C Care, HIV Care, HPV Care (Dr. Sosman)
- Education Innovations (Dr. Trowbridge)
- Technology Implementation, Error Prevention and Recovery, Hospital Medicine (Dr. Wetterneck)
- Master's Degree
- Seminars and work-in-progress sessions
- Presentations at General Internal Medicine Conference
- Developing and conducting research projects
- Opportunities for collaboration with one or more faculty mentors
- Clinical and teaching experiences
- Professional meetings (National and Regional SGIM, AHSR, etc.)
Prior research experience is desirable but not mandatory. Candidate must be a US citizen, BE/BC (ABIM) and provide evidence of interest and intent to seek an academic/leadership position. An interview is required. The Section of General Internal Medicine Scholars is building a culturally diverse program; woman and persons of color are encouraged to apply.
Information: Contact Patty Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 263-6972.
Appointments: Fellows are appointed as Clinical Instructors at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Fellows are expected to commit to two years; the second year appointment is contingent on satisfactory performance in the first year. Fellows are required to be licensed to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin.
Applications and Selection: A visit to Madison with interviews is required. Offers are made to candidates as soon as their application is complete and evaluated by the selection committee. Applications are reviewed and candidates selected on a rolling basis until slots are filled.
Applicants should be aware that we have not yet participated in the fellowship match program and do not expect to do so.