HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox has been named the Associate Director of the Primary Care Research Fellowship. The fellowship is administered in the UW Department of Family medicine and Community Health and funded by HRSA. A principle objective is to train primary care physicians and PhD scientists interested in careers in medical research related to the organization, delivery, or effectiveness of primary health care and preventive medicine. The Primary Care Research Fellowship is among the oldest, most successful primary care research fellowships in the nation. Since 1993, it has trained more than 60 post-doctoral fellows for careers in primary care medical research at academic medical institutions.
Learn more about the fellowship here.