The Quality Scholars Program in the Anderson Center is developing researchers and leaders who will transform pediatric health and healthcare delivery. Program goals include developing faculty to create effective healthcare delivery system interventions that can be disseminated into real-world practice settings, directly resulting in improved health outcomes.
Our unique Quality Scholars Program challenges participants to:
We seek postdoctoral scholars to participate in the Quality Scholars Program. Eligible candidates include:
Our program aims to increase diversity and representation among healthcare leaders and researchers. We work to create equitable conditions for growth an an inclusive learning environment for all. Please read more about our institutional DEI efforts here.
The Quality Scholars Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center includes:
The training period will be two to three years. The duration of the training program may be reduced if a candidate already has an MS, MPH, PhD or DrPH in epidemiology or other relevant field.
How can I participate? Applications accepted annually. Applicants should submit a CV, personal statement and three recommendation letters.
For more information, contact: Sarah Corathers, MD, Program Director
Celebrating graduating Quality Scholars: (from left) Tina Sosa, Trisha Marshall, Sarah Corathers (Program Director), Abigail Musial, and Andrea Maxwell
Core Program Faculty
Sarah Corathers, MD, program director
Maria Britto, MD, MPH
Carole Lannon, MD, MPH
Peter Margolis, MD, PhD
Stephen Muething, MD
Michael Seid, PhD
Uma Kotagal, MBBS, MSc, executive leader, population and community health; and senior fellow, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center