Fellowships & Training Programs
Our division offers several training grants and programs that provide research assistantships and fellowships for MS, MPH, PhD, and postdoctoral students, including:
Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology & Prevention Research Fellowships
This program prepares fellows for research careers in cardiovascular disease epidemiology and prevention.
Research on Eating and Activity for Community Health (REACH)
REACH prepares trainees for research careers focused on ensuring positive weight-related health among young people and families.
Maternal & Child Health Training
This program has training and funding opportunities available for MPH and predoctoral students.
Minnesota Obesity Prevention Training Program
MnOPT provides interdisciplinary training to the next generation of biologic, behavioral, and clinical obesity prevention scientists. The program offers training to predoctoral, postdoctoral, and medical fellows.
Related University Training Programs
Cancer Related Health Disparities Training Program
This program trains new researchers to conduct community-engaged research to reduce cancer-related health disparities.
Interdisciplinary Population Health Science Training: Linking Multilevel Forces Across Time
This program trains pre- and post-doctoral fellows to build skills in interdisciplinary population health research.
Interdisciplinary Research Training in Child & Adolescent Primary Care
This fellowship prepares postdoctoral scholars for primary care research careers focused on children and adolescents.
Leadership Education in Adolescent Health Programs
This program provides interdisciplinary leadership training in adolescent health for pre- and post-doctoral fellows.
Regional Postdoctoral Training Grant in Eating Disorders
This program provides training to postdoctoral scholars planning research careers in the eating disorders field.
Research Fellowship in Translational & Genomic Pediatric Cancer Epidemiology
This program provides research training to pre- and postdoctoral fellows focused on pediatric cancer epidemiology.
Translational Research and Career Training
The TRACT program provides training for scholars committed to careers in translational research and team science.