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Training at the Welch Center

Train With Us

The Welch Center invests in talented trainees from diverse disciplines with the guidance, mentorship, and resources they need to succeed. Our trainees include junior faculty, clinical fellows, doctoral and masters’ degree candidates, medical residents, medical students, and public health students who go on to become leaders in academia and in the public and private sectors.

Interested trainees can also browse our list of current research projects, and reach out to faculty directly.

Meet a Few of Our Former Trainees

Kathryn Foti, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health

"The Welch Center is a fantastic environment to train because of its people. The faculty are not only world-class researchers, but deeply invested in teaching and mentoring students. My fellow students are not only brilliant, but incredibly supportive of one another. The staff also go above and beyond every day. Sometimes it’s hard to believe I ended up in such an amazing place."

Stephen Juraschek, Physician Investigator, Epidemiologist, Trialist, and Primary Care Physician

Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

“The atmosphere of collaboration, mentorship, and opportunity for professional development is unparalleled. The Welch Center is truly a wonderful place for trainees. Having accessible mentors that promoted their trainees afforded me a sense of confidence knowing that there was support to address obstacles, and also gave me a chance to experience the many exciting and rewarding aspects of an academic career, which helped form my values in a long-term career.”

Olive Tang, MD PhD, Intern

Johns Hopkins Hospital

“The Welch Center is a wonderful intersection of inspiring individuals, phenomenal research, and dedicated mentorship. The faculty go above and beyond to prioritize and guide our training, our peers are always there for support and encouragement, and the projects are exciting and meaningful.”