Clinical Informatics Fellowship

The fellowship's goal is to develop leaders with expertise in biomedical informatics and health information technology who are prepared to advance the science and practice of clinical informatics within health care delivery systems. The fellowship provides physicians with experiential training in alignment with ACGME guidelines. Upon successful completion of the two-year program, fellows are eligible for board certification in clinical informatics. The program's educational experiences consist of rotations, didactic sessions (including courses), an independent research project, and the option to practice in the fellow's primary clinical specialty.

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UCLA National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP)

UCLA NCSP is committed to solving the most pressing societal challenges of our timeā€”not least among them, addressing disparities and quality of care in an ever-changing healthcare landscape. Inspired by the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program (CSP), which for more than 40 years fostered the development of physician leaders able to transform health and healthcare, the university proudly launched the new UCLA NCSP in 2016. This post-doctoral education program builds upon the CSP legacy, with early career physicians and post-doctoral nurses participating in an intensive, highly-customized, two-year program that places them in community settings to conduct priority research directly benefiting the health of Southern California residents.

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Specialty Training and Advanced Research (STAR)

The STAR Program at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA provides aspiring physician-scientists formal, dedicated research training concurrent with clinical residency or fellowship for both MD-PhD graduates and for those wishing to obtain a PhD.

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