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National Medical Fellowships, Inc. has established a doctoral fellowship program to create a cadre of health researchers with a focus in one of our areas: health policy, men's health, mental health, and substance abuse. The program will award fellowships to talented minority men or women enrolled in graduate programs in public health, health policy or social policy leading to the doctorate (Ph.D., Dr.P.H., or Sc.D.). The fellowship will provide the opportunity to complete advanced training in research methodology, including quantitative and qualitative methods. The expectation is that the Fellows who graduate from the program will be a resource for government agencies, managed care organizations, community health centers, research institutions and academia.
Only applicants who have been accepted for admission to the following schools will be considered for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Doctoral Fellowship in Health Policy.
- Heller Graduate School of Brandeis University
- Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University
- Harvard School of Public Health
- Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
- RAND Graduate School
- UCLA School of Public Health
- University of Michigan School of Public Health
- University of Pennsylvania
The fellowship award will cover tuition, fees and a partial living stipend for up to five years.
Please chech this website periodically for updates regarding the next application period.