Fellowships


Current Opportunities

The Stanford PHS mission is to improve individual and population health by bringing together diverse disciplines and data to understand and address social, environmental, behavioral, and biological factors on a global scale. To advance our mission, our center offers valuable research resources, including: access to unique databases, funding and research opportunities, networking events and seminars, and mentoring for trainees and fellows. 

PHS trainees are comprised of individuals with training and experience in epidemiology, basic science, computational biology, economics, social sciences, and clinical trials research. The fellowship foci include: health outcomes, rigorous controlled research approaches, mechanisms of disease, health care, social disadvantage, and/or disparities. PHS postdoctoral fellows have the opportunity to join the network of population health researchers and gain access to biospecimen banks, large healthcare claims databases, and other health data resources.

 

Faculty Mentors

Mark Cullen, MD

Director, Center for Population Health Sciences

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Sanjay Basu, MD PhD

Assistant Professsor, Medicine - Primary Care Outcomes Research

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Suzan Carmichael, PhD

Professor (Research), Pediatrics - Neonatal and Developmental Medicine

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David Rehkopf, ScD MPH

Assistant Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health

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Philip Tsao, PhD

Professor (Research), Medicine - Cardiovascular Medicine

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Tim Assimes, MD PhD

Associate Professor, Medicine - Cardiovascular Medicine

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Eran Bendavid, MD

Associate Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health

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Kari Nadeau, MD PhD

Professor, Pediatrics - Allergy and Clinical Immunology

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Suzanne Tamang, PhD

Instructor, Biodmedical Data Science

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Lesley Park, PhD MPH

PHS Postdoctoral Fellowship Director

Instructor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health

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