• Research / Scholarly Activity

    Our program offers many unique opportunities for non-clinical scholarly activities. Our previous fellows have an impressive record of accomplishments including multiple publications, attainment of advanced degrees, presentations and awards at national meetings. Opportunities include training in basic science research and translational research with accomplished NIH-funded clinician scientists and PhD scientists within the division. We also work with fellows to identify research mentors outside the division who can guide them in pursuing research interests beyond the scope of our division-wide research efforts.

    We share an NIH T-32 training grant with the Department of Surgery at the University of Cincinnati. This grant provides funding for fellows to stay an additional year to further their training in UC’s basic science research program.

    Other scholarly opportunities include full support for advanced degrees:

  • This online program originated at Cincinnati Children’s and is taught by our faculty. This program emphasizes adult learning, curriculum and teaching methods and medical education evaluation and research.
    This program trains research-oriented faculty in the areas of outcomes research, epidemiology, healthcare delivery and patient-oriented research for pediatric departments.
    This program trains fellows in the skills essential for conducting research, innovating to improve care, applying and studying quality improvement methods and teaching improvement science. This program builds on the Master of Science in Clinical Research to provide strong methodologic training in health services research and quality improvement methods.
    This program teaches students to provide leadership in public health practice and conduct research through generating, evaluating, and applying evidence to improve public health.