Depending on the level of training, pre- or post-doctoral, and the interests of the student, there are several training opportunities available to the members of the Center for Health Decision Science community, including:

  • Pre- and post-doctoral training sponsored by the National Library of Medicine
  • Pre- and post-doctoral fellowships sponsored by AHRQ in Health Policy and Health Service Research
  • Pre- and post-doctoral training in AIDS Clinical Research sponsored by NIAID
  • Pre- and post-doctoral research training in Cancer Outcomes and Cancer Prevention sponsored by NCI
  • Pre- and post-doctoral research training in the Economics of Aging, sponsored by NIA
  • Pre-doctoral training available in Health Policy sponsored by NIMH
  • Pre-doctoral funding from the National Medical Foundation and the Sloan Foundation in Health Policy research and the Managed Care Industry respectively
  • The Harvard Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship Program, which addresses critical gaps in child health services research, including studies of access, quality, outcomes, and cost-effectiveness of care
  • The Fellowship In Pharmaceutical Policy Research at Harvard Medical School And Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, which is intended to train new investigators to produce rigorous research relevant to pharmaceutical policies in both the private and public sector, including (but not limited to) research on access to care for vulnerable populations, cost-containment, insurance coverage, outcomes and quality of care, ethics, and economic incentives.
  • The Thomas O. Pyle Fellowship (DACP), which is intended to support scholarly work that contributes to the development of health care policy at any of several levels - public, organizational, or clinical.
  • The Novartis Fellowship, which is made possible with a unique grant from Novartis Pharma AG and which supports the training of doctoral students