New York University School of Medicine


New York, NY

Date Posted

July 21, 2022

The Population Health Science Scholars Postdoctoral Program is supported by T32 awards from AHRQ and HRSA, and is a 2-year fellowship for MDs and PhDs. The program prepares scholars for academic careers and leadership at the interface of health care delivery and health services research. Scholars graduate with the methodologic skill, institutional savvy, and social capital to bridge the gap between real-world, health care delivery systems and the communities they serve.

Fellows conduct mentored research with faculty in the Departments of Population Health, Pediatrics, and Medicine. They can complete NYU’s Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Investigation, with a Concentration in Healthcare Delivery Science, or take methodologic courses, tailored to their learning needs. Pediatricians who are accepted into the program may serve as fellows in Academic General Pediatrics within the NYU Department of Pediatrics, devoting up to 25% time in clinical work in pediatric primary care and the newborn nursery at Bellevue Hospital.


To learn more, please explore our website and feel free to reach out to:

Arthur Fierman, MD
Mark Schwartz, MD
Leora Horwitz, MD

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