HPM Postdoctoral Training
The Department of Health Policy and Management offers new doctoral graduates the opportunity to earn valuable research experience working with Department faculty through postdoctoral fellowships. Postdoctoral opportunities are, on average, 1-2 years in length.
Postdoctoral fellows are considered non-degree seeking students, but must complete an postdoc application. All positions are full-time and funded through federal training grants, institutional grants, or private contracts. All postdoctoral positions must provide proof of a doctoral-level degree (PhD, DrPH, MD, etc.) and be approved by the Department's Faculty Development Committee prior to hiring.
You can learn more about the School's postdoctoral training policies here.
HPM Postdoc Open Positions
Positions are advertised through our affiliated research centers and social media.