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Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health

Health Services and Outcomes Research for Aging Populations

Principal Investigators: Jennifer Wolff, PhD and Cynthia Boyd, MD, MPH
This training program is funded by the National Institute on Aging (T32AG066576).
We offer pre and postdoctoral training opportunities.

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Would you like to become a leader in person-and family-oriented research related to aging populations?

This unique, rigorous, and wonderfully interdisciplinary training program is specifically designed to produce the next generation of research leaders.  Benefiting from mentors from Johns Hopkins University's Schools of Public Health, Medicine, and Nursing, trainees gain the knowledge, skills, and experience to lead multi-disciplinary, collaborative research teams informed by health services health economics, gerontology, nursing, health informatics, and geriatrics.  We offer pre-and postdoctoral training experiences.

Trainee Testimonial

Health-Services-Trainee-Testimonial"Through this fellowship, you have access to a world-renowned community of researchers here at Hopkins and a platform to engage with leaders in the fields of aging and health services research. Simultaneously, you benefit from individualized attention from mentors who are truly committed to understanding your unique goals and supporting your career development.

In some postdoc programs, the fellow plays a supportive role and contributes to someone else's ongoing research agenda.  However, Drs. Wolff and Boyd have designed this program to support fellows in pursuing their own research interests and building the skills and connection needed to launch their careers.

The protected time in this post-doc has enabled me to focus on advancing and disseminating my research, publishing four first-author papers in the first six months, while further developing the other skills required for an academic career--managing projects and budgets, writing grants, and building collaborative research relationships across institutions."   --Julia Burgdorf, PhD

 

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Application Instructions & Contact Information

Predoctoral candidates should apply by March 31; postdoctoral students are also encouraged to meet this deadline, but are also considered on a rolling basis until all trainee spots are filled.  For more information on the Health Services and Outcomes Research for Aging Populations training program, including application instructions, please visit the T32 Training Program section of the Roger C. Lipitz Center for Integrated Health Care's webpage here.

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