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Each fellow in the General Pediatrics Research Fellowship is expected to complete two research projects during the three-year program. Typically, these projects include an original research project and a secondary analysis of existing data. In addition, fellows are expected to present at a national research conference and to complete two manuscripts of sufficient quality to be published in a peer-reviewed journal. At the close of the training period, fellows should be competitively positioned to obtain grant funding.
The General Pediatrics Research Fellowship offers fellows the opportunity to obtain a Master’s of Science degree through the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Fellows may pursue study in epidemiology or a Master’s of Science in Clinical and Translational Research. A Master’s in Medical Education is also available but, for those pursuing this degree, the primary interest must be in rigorous education-related research rather than in clinical education. The College of Medicine recently established a Master’s in Public Health degree program, which may become an additional option for fellows.
Degrees offered through the Department of Environmental Health:
General Pediatrics Research Fellows have the option of taking two courses focused on quality improvement topics:
The General Pediatrics Research Fellowship is primarily a research fellowship. Fellows may spend up to 20 percent of their effort on clinical experience that supports their research. Historically, our program allows the flexibility to include opportunities for inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences in general pediatrics, adolescent medicine, chronic illness, behavioral problems, environmental health, lead, weight management and other subspecialties and conditions.
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