The Clinical Research Fellowship Program has been established to support an intensive clinical research training program for physicians interested in pursuing a research career in a subspecialty of pediatrics. The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Departments of Pediatrics and Environmental Health offer this two-year program from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
The goal is to train research-oriented clinical fellows in the areas of outcomes research, epidemiology, healthcare delivery and patient-oriented research for pediatric departments. The program emphasizes the conduct of independent research, mastering writing skills for grant proposals and publication and learning to present scientific data. Participants are expected to devote at least 80 percent of their time to the didactic and research portions of the curriculum. Up to 20 percent of time may be devoted to clinical care in a pediatric subspecialty.
After completion of one year of clinical fellowship training in a subspecialty, a candidate is eligible for this program.
For more information about the Clinical Research Fellowship Program, contact Sandy Geideman, 513-636-9776, or firstname.lastname@example.org.