Programs for Fellows

 

Duke provides a variety of research intensive fellowship programs including specific T32 training programs and institution-wide T32 training programs. We recommend contacting the Program PI regarding eligibility for a given T32 training program. 

 

Duke T32 Training Programs 
 

CTSA TL1 Physician Research Fellowship Program

This is a 2-year training program  to provide 2 years of funded time to support the research training of physician-scientists.  Allphysician trainees are eligible, but candidates interested in broadening their previous training to include a new category of research methodology (e.g., applicants with a bench science background looking to gain training in translational or clinical research, or vice versa) are encouraged to apply.   Applicants interested in data science methodology are particularly encouraged to apply.

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Durham Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care

 The Division of General Internal Medicine collaboration with the Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care in the Durham VA Medical Center offers a training fellowship to perform high-quality, mentored health services research. Projects often include: analysis of existing data, either from health services clinical trials performed by investigators in the Center or from large administrative VA databases; evidence syntheses, including meta-analyses; pilot tests of interventions; and/or brief, focused studies that collect qualitative or quantitative primary data from patients or physicians. 

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Global Health Pathway

The Global Health Pathway delivers tailored postgraduate training for residents and fellows to integrate specialty-specific research opportunities, masters-level didactic training, and close mentorship to develop careers in global health. 

Research Training Global Health (GH) Pathway: The Global Health Pathway provides Duke residents and fellows opportunities for intensive global health training. Trainees integrate Master of Science in Global Health (MSc-GH) didactics with mentored research tailored to her/his specialty For additional information visit the Global Health Web site 

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The Robert J. Lefkowitz Society

The Robert J. Lefkowitz Society provides a home for MD and MD/PhD post-graduate trainees in the Duke University School of Medicine, and who are pursuing careers with a primary focus on basic and translational research as physician-investigators. Through formal and informal mentoring relationships, the Lefkowitz Society provides promising post-graduate trainees with a greater understanding of how to develop successful academic careers.

Members of the the Robert J. Lefkowitz Society, which provides a home for MD and MD/PhD post-graduate trainees who are in the Duke University School of Medicine.

Membership List as of September 2019

 

Other Resources Available to Fellows and Residents:

Pediatric Scientist Development Program (PSDP)

The Pediatric Scientist Development Program (PSDP) provides intensive training in research relevant to specialty areas of pediatrics. The goal is to prepare entry-level faculty for research careers in academic pediatrics. Physicians presently in pediatric training programs who wish to train in basic, translational, clinical, or health services research with an established investigator/mentor are encouraged to apply. A commitment to an investigative academic career is essential.

Candidates completing the PSDP are eligible for sub-specialty boards because PSDP training typically takes place after the completion of the clinical fellowship year(s). Support includes salary, fringe benefits, and research training expenses. The active involvement and support of Pediatric Department Chairs in the nomination/application process, and career development of PSDP scholars, are essential to the program’s success.

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