Columbus, Ohio-OSU General Internal Medicine Primary Care Research Fellowship

OSU General Internal Medicine Primary Care Research Fellowship Now Accepting Applications for the 2024-2025 Academic Year

The Ohio State University’s General Internal Medicine Division is seeking applicants to join a fellowship program to train physicians interested in academic careers that emphasize research.

The fellowship starts July 1, 2024, and runs two years (with an option for a third year). Fellows will obtain the knowledge and skills to develop a research program, earn a master’s degree in public health or a related field, participate in hands-on research projects, and present their work at regional and national conferences. Possible areas of research will include, but are not limited to, prevention and screening; evidence-based medicine; implementation science; clinical trials in primary care; new models of primary care delivery; minority health and disparities; quality improvement and patient safety; unhealthy alcohol and drug use and cardiovascular disease risk. Fellows will be mentored by the GIM Division Director and the Research Director.

Requirements: Completion of a U.S. residency in either Internal Medicine or Med-Peds and board certification or board eligibility in either discipline.

Why work for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center:

Central Ohio’s Academic Leader
· One of the largest and most diverse medical centers in the country; only academic medical center in central Ohio and Columbus (Ohio’s largest and most rapidly growing metropolitan region)
· Ranked one of “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S. News and World Report for over 30 consecutive years
· Voted one of Central Ohio’s “Best Places to Work” by Columbus Business First newspaper”
· For over 30 years, recognized as a national leader in quality outcomes and patient safety
· State of the art technology
· Very competitive salaries and compensation packages
· New construction of state-of-the art additional ambulatory centers and 880-bed hospital tower.

Why live in Columbus, Ohio:

  • Diverse cultural, sports, dining, and recreational opportunities: Cost of living is moderate.
    · Home to several Fortune 500 companies.
    · Booming real estate market.
    · Consistently ranked in the top ten in nearly every category: Economic growth, things to do, affordable cost of living, great place to raise a family.

Application Process: Interested candidates who have completed a U.S. residency in either Internal Medicine or Med-Peds, and who are board certified or board eligible in either discipline, may apply by sending a CV and a personal statement (2 pages or less) detailing their interest in primary care research to the fellowship coordinator at [email protected].

Please note this program is unable to sponsor training or work visas.osu

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