Announcements

As a service to the population health community, IAPHS provides brief notices of job, training and funding opportunities, as well as conferences, calls for papers, new publications, and other time-sensitive information. Please click each topic below and then on a title to link to the full information about each announcement.

    • North American Housing & HIV/AIDS Research Summit IX Structural Interventions and Ending the Epidemic - The North American Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit IX will be held August 1-3, 2018, in Washington, DC at the Capitol Hilton. The scope of Summit IX includes the full range of social drivers of HIV, including poverty, housing status, food security, employment, incarceration, race/ethnicity, behavioral health issues, stigma and intimate partner violence. We invite research, policy and practice abstracts relevant to the Summit IX theme of Structural Interventions and Ending the HIV Epidemic. The deadline for abstract submission is March 18, 2018.
    • 2018 Public Health Informatics Conference: Connecting Systems and People to Improve Population Health - NACCHO and CDC are pleased to invite abstracts for the 2018 Public Health Informatics Conference at the Hilton Atlanta in Atlanta, GA, August 20-23, 2018. All abstracts are due by February 26, 2018 at 11:59PM PST.
    • National Civic League RWJF Health Equity Award - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Civic League Health Equity Award recognizes and honors individuals that have successfully implemented a systems change approach within the past two years to improve health outcomes for those most impacted by health disparities. Deadline to Apply is April 1, 2018
    • Science of Team Science (SciTS) 2018 Conference - The Science of Team Science (SciTS) 2018 Conference will be held May 21-24, 2018 at the Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston, TX. The 2018 conference, hosted by the University of Texas Medical Branch Institute for Translational Sciences, will bring together thought leaders in the SciTS field, scientists engaged in team-based research, institutional leaders who promote collaborative research, policymakers, and federal agency representatives. Early bird registration is February 23, 2018. Abstracts due March 20, 2018.
    • Solicitation of Nominations for Appointment to the Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health (ICSH) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is seeking nominations for membership on the ICSH. Nominees will be selected based on expertise in the fields of the health effects of smoking. Nominations due February 28, 2018.
    • Call for Nominations – Milbank Memorial Fund and AcademyHealth State and Local Innovation Prize - The Milbank Memorial Fund has teamed up with AcademyHealth to establish a new annual award that recognizes state and local efforts to advance innovation using data to improve the health of populations and the performance of health systems. Nominations accepted through March 6, 2018.
    • 2018 International Conference on Aging in the Americas - The 2018 International Conference on Aging in the Americans will be held in Tuscon, Arizona on September 18-20, 2018. Abstract submissions will be open April 15, 2018 and close on May 31, 2018.
    • NIH’s All of Us Research Program Seeks Input on Research Priorities - The All of Us Research Program invites you to submit your ideas of important research questions the program could answer. This input will help the program identify new features to add to the All of Us platform to support research across a range of health topics. The program requests submissions by February 23, 2018, in advance of the All of Us Research Priorities Workshop in March.
    • IAPHS 2018 Conference: Call for Submissions - Submissions are now open for IAPHS's 2018 conference, “Pushing the Boundaries of Population Health Science: Social Inequalities, Biological Processes, and Policy Implications." The deadline for submissions is March 15, 2018 and those submitting will be notified of decisions by June 15, 2018. The conference will convene October 3-5, 2018 at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine in Washington, DC.
    • Add Health Users Conference – Call for Papers - Abstract submission is now open for the 2018 Add Health Users Conference, which will be held on July 23-24, 2018 at the National Institutes of Health’s Natcher Conference Center in Bethesda, MD. Especially encouraged are submissions using Wave V data, combining biomarker data with longitudinal social, behavioral, and environmental data, examining genetic and environmental influences on health and behavior, and addressing the effects of adolescent environments on health, family, educational, and work trajectories into adulthood. Deadline is March 31, 2018.
    • Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling & Prediction… (SBR-BRIMS) Conference - Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling & Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (SBP-BRIMS) is an interdisciplinary conference (July 10-13, 2018) integrating methods from the computational sciences and the social sciences. Submissions are solicited on research issues, theories, methodologies, and applications to health and well-being. Late-breaking research is encouraged. Regular paper submissions due January 11, 2017. Short/Late breaking paper due May 14, 2018.
    • Seventh International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society - October 5-6 2017 at the University of Denver, CO; proposals may be submitted any time.
    • Case Western Reserve University, Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Spatial Epidemiology - The Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine seeks to fill a 12-month tenure-track or tenured position at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Spatial Epidemiology. Deadline March 1, 2018
    • Brandeis: Stuart H. Altman Chair in U.S. Health Policy - The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University has opened a search for the Stuart H. Altman Chair in U.S. Health Policy. This is a new tenured faculty position at the rank of full Professor created to carry on the Heller School’s tradition of excellence in health policy, health system financing, research and public engagement.
    • Associate Scientist/Scientist, Principal Investigator – Population Health, Sanford Research - The Population Health Group within Sanford Research invites applications for an Associate Scientist/ Scientist, Principal Investigator within Sanford Research in Sioux Falls, SD. Application open until filled.
    • Associate or Full Professor (Tenure Track or Tenured) – Epidemiology and Biostatistics at CUNY School of Public Health, New York, New York - Recruiting a Senior Faculty Member to join this young and dynamic SPH with a strong focus on social determinants of health. Open until filled.
    • FDA Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship - This paid, 12-month, Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an opportunity for mid-career professionals to spend a year with the Center forTobacco Products in Maryland and be a part of CTP's mission to regulate the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of tobacco products and educate the public, especially young people, about tobacco products and their dangers. To get more information, register for the information webinar on February 8. Application deadline is 5:00pm ET on March 1, 2018.
    • Milbank Memorial Fund: Editor of The Milbank Quarterly - With its multidisciplinary approach and commitment to applying the best empirical research to practical policymaking, the Quarterly offers in-depth, frequently cited analysis of the social, economic, historical, legal, and ethical dimensions of health and health care policy. The Editor, a paid position, shapes the editorial direction of the Quarterly, while overseeing content solicitation, submission, and review based on the highest editorial standards. No deadline specified.
    • Community Population Health for Children, Graduate Research Assistants, College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center - Graduate Research Assistants are sought to join our team examining community development, physical activity, nutrition and health promotion for children. Each position will contribute to an innovative 5-year community randomized trial funded by the National Cancer Institute titled Whole-of-Community Systems Intervention for Youth Population Physical Activity (RO1R01CA215420-01A1). Successful applicants will also have the opportunity to participate on other projects that target community population health and child development in child care, elementary schools, and middle schools, which are funded by the USDA, NIH, and foundations. The work will be under the guidance of Professor and Endowed Community Chair, David Dzewaltowski. To apply, submit a letter and vita directly to david.dzewaltowski@unmc.edu.
    • Community Population Health for Children Research Program Coordinator, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health - A Community Population Health Research Program Coordinator is sought to join our team examining community development, physical activity, nutrition and health promotion for children. Each position will contribute to an innovative 5-year community randomized trial funded by the National Cancer Institute titled Whole-of-Community Systems Intervention for Youth Population Physical Activity (RO1R01CA215420-01A1). Successful applicants will also have the opportunity to participate on other projects that target community population health and child development in child care, elementary schools, and middle schools, which are funded by the USDA, NIH, and foundations. The work will be under the guidance of Professor and Endowed Community Chair, David Dzewaltowski.
    • Community Population Health Research Associate - A Community Population Health Research Research Associate is sought to join our team examining community development, physical activity, nutrition and health promotion for children. Each position will contribute to an innovative 5-year community randomized trial funded by the National Cancer Institute titled Whole-of-Community Systems Intervention for Youth Population Physical Activity (RO1R01CA215420-01A1). Successful applicants will also have the opportunity to participate on other projects that target community population health and child development in child care, elementary schools, and middle schools, which are funded by the USDA, NIH, and foundations. The work will be under the guidance of Professor and Endowed Community Chair, David Dzewaltowski.
    • Associate or Full Professor of Health Policy and Administration -Penn State - The Department of Health Policy and Administration (HPA) at The Pennsylvania State University invites applicants for a tenured faculty position at the associate or full professor level. Expected start date July 1 2018; Open until filled.
    • Harvard: Assistant/Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences - The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is seeking candidates for a tenure track position as Assistant/Associate Professor. The focus is on Population Health & Health Equity. Application open until position filled.
    • PhD Student Funding: The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research - The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research is recruiting 1-2 PhD Students to work within the ERC-funded project “Lifespan inequalities: Why ages at death vary between countries and socioeconomic groups”. The PhD degree will be jointly supervised by Alyson van Raalte at the MPIDR and a collaborating partner from a leading European university. Review of application will begin December 31st, 2017.
    • Brown University: Population Studies & Training Center: Postdoctoral Fellow - The Population Studies and Training Center (PSTC) at Brown University is currently recruiting a two-year Postdoctoral Fellow to start on or around July 1, 2018. This position is sponsored by NIH and contingent on continued funding. Screening of applications will begin on January 25, and will continue until the position is filled. Health topics such as social inequalities and health and HIV/AIDS are within scope.
    • Assistant Professor, Penn State University Rural Sociology – Health & Disparities Focus - This is a nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in rural sociology with a 75% research and 25% teaching responsibility and with the expectation of an affiliation with the Population Research Institute. The successful applicant will be expected to develop a nationally and internationally recognized research program related to the sociology and demography of rural population health and health disparities. Open until filled.
    • FDA Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship - On Wednesday, January 3, 2018, the application will open for a paid, one-year Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This is an opportunity for mid-career professionals to spend a year with the Center forTobacco Products in Maryland and be a part of CTP's mission to regulate the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of tobacco products and educate the public, especially young people, about tobacco products and their dangers.
    • National Institute for Children’s Health Quality: Current Opportunities - NICHQ has three open positions: Chief Health Officer, Improvement Advisor, and Project Director. Application open until filled.
    • Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) Data User Training Workshop - June 11-15, 2018, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor This workshop will orient participants to the content and structure of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, its special topics modules, and the PSID Child Development Supplement and Transition into Adulthood Supplement. The workshop pairs morning instructional sessions led by experienced PSID researchers with afternoon guided lab sessions in which users construct their own analytic data files. A limited number of stipends are available for graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and junior faculty or researchers. Application deadline: April 13, 2018. For more information, contact the ICPSR Summer Program at sumprog@icpsr.umich.edu or (734) 763-7400.
    • RWJF: Culture of Health Leaders - This three-year program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation trains leaders from diverse sectors (e.g., for-profit/business, government, nonprofit, social enterprise) to work with organizations, communities, health systems, and policymakers to build a Culture of Health in America. Application Deadline: February 21, 2018, 3:00 p.m. ET.
    • RWJF Clinical Scholars - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program is a three-year leadership program for health and health care providers and practitioners spanning a range of professions (see eligibility criteria for additional information). The program offers providers the opportunity to build and develop the unique skills they need to lead communities and organizations toward a Culture of Health. Application Deadline: March 14, 2018, 3:00 p.m. ET.
    • RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders - This call for applications from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation seeks teams of researchers and community members who are committed to working together to produce community-relevant, action-oriented research to improve health and well-being. Funding to support the work of the team will go to one organization. This applicant organization will identify the team members on its application. Application Deadline: March 14, 2018, 3:00 p.m. ET.
    • RWJF Health Policy Research Scholars - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Health Policy Research Scholars aims to create a large cadre of diverse doctoral students from a wide variety of research-focused disciplines—students whose research, connections, and leadership will inform and influence policy toward a Culture of Health. In 2018, the program will enroll up to 40 scholars interested in learning to translate their research into health policy and who are from underrepresented populations and/or disadvantaged backgrounds. Scholars complete this program concurrently with their doctoral program. Application Deadline: March 14, 2018, 3:00 p.m. ET.
    • Mailman School of Public Health: Executive MS in Epidemiology - This Executive MS program at Columbia University provides the same rigorous research training as a full-time MS degree on a schedule that accommodates working professionals. Classes meet one long weekend (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) per month for 20 months. The Department of Epidemiology is hosting three open houses this spring: February 28, March 27, and April 25 at 6pm; deadline for application to the program is June 1, 2018.
    • Genomics for Social Scientists (GeSS) Workshop - Researchers from the University of Michigan invite you to apply to the Genomics for Social Scientists workshop, held at the University of Michigan June 18-22, 2018. The purpose of this NIA-sponsored workshop is to familiarize researchers with genetic data and provide hands-on training on incorporating genetic information into social science analyses. Applications are due February 9, 2018
    • Fourth Annual Berkeley Formal Demography Workshop - The Fourth Annual Berkeley Formal Demography Workshop - Special Emphasis Topic: Mortality, to be held Monday-Friday, June 4-8, 2017 at the University of California campus. Join us for an educational program designed to train the next generation of population researchers in the methods in formal demography. Application deadline is March 5, 2018.
    • University of Texas at Austin Health Behavior and Health Education Masters and PhD - Applications are being accepted for Fall 2018 for master’s and PhD programs in Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of Texas at Austin. Our program is interdisciplinary and we welcome students from a broad range of backgrounds. Most students who earn a master’s degree pursue applied careers, working with people in a variety of settings including health-related organizations, worksites, and schools, while some students continue on for a doctorate. Students who earn a doctoral degree pursue academic or research careers. Our faculty conduct research in child and adolescent health, physical activity, obesity prevention, substance use prevention, risk and resiliency, diabetes management, women’s health, successful aging, sexual health and Latino health disparities. Deadline December 1, 2017 for Fall 2018 if you wish to be considered for a scholarship; May 1 2018 otherwise.
    • Short-term Mentored Career Enhancement Awards for Mid-Career Investigators to Integrate Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences - PAR-17-486: This NIH Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages applications for short-term mentored career development (K18) awards that improve synergies among researchers in basic and applied behavioral-social sciences, human subjects and model animals settings; and biomedical and behavioral-social sciences. Applications due March 6th, 2018 and 2019.
    • Women’s Mental Health Across the Life Course through a Sex-Gender Lens - Join the Committee on Population on March 7, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., for a webcast on a workshop that will explore how environmental, sociocultural, behavioral, and biological factors affect women's mental health across the life course and across different racial/ethnic groups.
    • Fostering Healthy Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Development Among Children and Youth - Wednesday, March 6, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. EST – 12:30 p.m. EST. This webcast will feature expert testimony on a variety of topics related to fostering healthy MEB development in children and youth, such as barriers and facilitators to effective implementation; diverse research methodologies; public health marketing and messaging strategies; and perspectives of community stakeholders. This is an activity of the NASEM Committee on Fostering Healthy Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral (MEB) Development among Children and Youth.
    • Screening and Referral for Social Determinants of Health - Screening and Referral for Social Determinants of Health: Innovative Health Care Applications and Future Directions: this one-day meeting will highlight recent innovative applications and ongoing research using social and behavioral measures collected in EHR systems. The meeting will be held on May 3, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the NIH main campus in Bethesda, MD (Porter Neuroscience Research Center, building 35A).
    • Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) Data User Training Workshop - June 11-15, 2018, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor This workshop will orient participants to the content and structure of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, its special topics modules, and the PSID Child Development Supplement and Transition into Adulthood Supplement. The workshop pairs morning instructional sessions led by experienced PSID researchers with afternoon guided lab sessions in which users construct their own analytic data files. A limited number of stipends are available for graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and junior faculty or researchers. Application deadline: April 13, 2018. For more information, contact the ICPSR Summer Program at sumprog@icpsr.umich.edu or (734) 763-7400.
    • National Association of County & City Health Officials: Unleashing the Power of Local Public Health - Registration is now open for the 2018 NACCHO Annual Conference, to be held July 10–12 in New Orleans, LA. The theme for this year’s conference is Unleashing the Power of Local Public Health, designed to highlight the ways in which local public health officials have and will continue to positively affect health outcomes in communities across the nation through research, collaboration, and innovation.
    • Science of Team Science (SciTS) 2018 Conference - The Science of Team Science (SciTS) 2018 Conference will be held May 21-24, 2018 at the Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston, TX. The 2018 conference, hosted by the University of Texas Medical Branch Institute for Translational Sciences, will bring together thought leaders in the SciTS field, scientists engaged in team-based research, institutional leaders who promote collaborative research, policymakers, and federal agency representatives. Early bird registration is February 23, 2018. Abstracts due March 20, 2018.
    • Health And… Data Science and Public Action Conference - The “Health And… Data Science and Public Action” conference, hosted by the Department of Population Health at NYU Langone Health on May 21, 2018, will explore how researchers, the health sector, and communities can innovate in using data to improve health and well-being — and in putting data into citizen hands to catalyze action.
    • Exploring the Role and Potential of Faith-based Community Assets in Improving Population Health - On March 22, 2018, an ad hoc committee will plan and convene a one-day public workshop at Shaw University that will explore challenges and opportunities for health sector actors that engage with “faith-based health assets.”
    • 25th Annual RAND Summer Institute - July 9-12, 2018, Santa Monica, CA. Two conferences addressing critical issues facing our aging population: Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists; and Workshop on the Demography, Economics, Psychology, and Epidemiology of Aging. Interested researchers can apply for financial support covering travel and accommodations. Applications are due March 5, 2018.
    • AcademyHealth 2018 Annual Research Meeting - On June 24-26, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. The Annual Research Meeting (ARM) is the gathering place for individuals leading the charge to transform delivery systems and health care in a rapidly changing landscape.
    • 7th Annual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists - The American Society of Health Economists will hold their 7th Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia at Emory University on June 10 - 13. The theme of this year's conference is Economics and Public Health and aims to provide a forum for emerging ideas and empirical results of health economics research to be showcased and discussed. Registration for the conference will open February 2018.
    • 11th NIH Matilda White Riley Behavioral and Social Sciences Honors - Thursday, May 31, 2018 from 8:00 am to 12 noon on the NIH main campus in Bethesda, MD. Each year, NIH honors the research trajectory and continuing influence of Dr. Matilda White Riley in the behavioral and social sciences across and beyond the NIH. Please register to attend this meeting in person.
    • Genomics for Social Scientists (GeSS) Workshop - Researchers from the University of Michigan invite you to apply to the Genomics for Social Scientists workshop, held at the University of Michigan June 18-22, 2018. The purpose of this NIA-sponsored workshop is to familiarize researchers with genetic data and provide hands-on training on incorporating genetic information into social science analyses. Applications are due February 9, 2018
    • 18th Population Health Colloquium - Join the 18th Population Health Colloquium on March 19-21, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA. This 3-day conference will bring together stakeholders including healthcare providers, payers, pharmaceutical executives, leading technology and solutions companies, academia and government to share best practices, case studies, expert insights and industry trends. Special rates available until January 26th.
    • Public Health Consequences of E-Cigarettes - Public Health Consequences of E-Cigarettes reviews and critically assesses the state of the emerging evidence about e-cigarettes and health. This report makes recommendations for the improvement of this research and highlights gaps that are a priority for future research.
    • Getting to Zero Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: A Comprehensive Approach to a Persistent Problem - The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened a committee to help identify promising strategies to reduce deaths caused by alcohol-impaired driving in the United States. The resulting report highlights interventions and actions to reduce alcohol-impaired driving fatalities.
    • A Smarter National Surveillance System for Occupational Safety and Health in the 21st Century - A Smarter National Surveillance System for Occupational Safety and Health in the 21st Century provides a comprehensive assessment of the state of OSH surveillance. This report is intended to be useful to federal and state agencies that have an interest in occupational safety and health. The recommendations address the strengths and weaknesses of the envisioned system relative to the status quo and both short- and long-term actions and strategies needed to bring about a progressive evolution of the current system.
    • Women’s empowerment related to pregnancy and childbirth: introduction to special issue - This special issue is sponsored by the Women’s Health, Gender, and Empowerment Center of Expertise (COE), a part of the University of California Global Health Institute. The 12 studies included in this special issue apply methodologies from different disciplines – anthropology, sociology, law, demography, and public health – to provide empirical data on an aspect of women’s empowerment during a critical period of the reproductive life-course.
    • Getting to Zero Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: A Comprehensive Approach to a Persistent Problem (2018) - Getting to Zero Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities examines which interventions (programs, systems, and policies) are most promising to prevent injuries and death from alcohol-impaired driving, the barriers to action and approaches to overcome them, and which interventions need to be changed or adopted. This report makes broad-reaching recommendations that will serve as a blueprint for the nation to accelerate the progress in reducing alcohol-impaired driving fatalities.
    • Work as an Inclusive Part of Population Health Inequities Research and Prevention - In the American Journal of Public Health, Emily Quinn Ahonen et al. explore how work is left out of public health inequities research and how to bring work back into the conversation.
    • The Challenge of Treating Obesity and Overweight: Proceedings of a Workshop - The Roundtable on Obesity Solutions held a workshop in Washington, DC, titled “The Challenge of Treating Obesity and Overweight: A Workshop.” The workshop featured invited presentations and discussions that explored what is known about current obesity treatment approaches and the challenges involved in implementing them. This Proceedings of a Workshop summarizes information presented and discussed at the workshop and reflects the knowledge and opinions of individual workshop participants.
    • Advancing Obesity Solutions Through Investments in the Built Environment: Proceedings of a Workshop - On September 12, 2017, the Roundtable on Obesity Solutions held a workshop to examine how investments in the built environment contribute to the prevention and treatment of obesity and the overall health of communities. This publication briefly summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.
    • People Living with Disabilities: Health Equity, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy: Proceedings of a Workshop (2017) - To better understand how health literacy, health equity, and health disparities intersect for individuals living with disabilities, the Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity and the Elimination of Health Disparities and the Roundtable on Health Literacy jointly sponsored a workshop that was held on June 14, 2016, in Washington, DC. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.
    • Making Medicines Affordable: A National Imperative (2017) - Making Medicines Affordable examines patient access to affordable and effective therapies, with emphasis on drug pricing, inflation in the cost of drugs, and insurance design. This report explores structural and policy factors influencing drug pricing, drug access programs, the emerging role of comparative effectiveness assessments in payment policies, changing finances of medical practice with regard to drug costs and reimbursement, and measures to prevent drug shortages and foster continued innovation in drug development.
    • Euro-Healthy Atlas of Population Health in European Union Regions - The Euro-Healthy Atlas of Population Health in European Union Regions is a comprehensive guide illustrating what is known, that is, which are the most and least healthy regions in European Union, what are the current determinants shaping the future health outcomes of those regions, how the opportunity for good health differs among those regions and how health can be improved.
    • Building the Science of Population Health: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program 2001–2016 and Beyond - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health & Society Scholars (HSS) program has just released a new report that summarizes how the program was carried out and highlights lessons learned based on 13 years of experience in producing interdisciplinary population health scientists.

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