The Community Internal Medicine Research Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is a one-year fellowship for board-certified or board-eligible general internists. As a fellow in this program, you learn to apply clinical research to improve patient care.
The Community Internal Medicine Research Fellowship includes:
- Coursework in biostatistics, clinical epidemiology, and clinical research methods
- Opportunities for research collaboration with experienced Mayo Clinic investigators, particularly in the areas of clinical health outcomes and medical education
- Teaching in the concepts of hypothesis-driven research and learning to apply these skills in the development of patient-oriented clinical research and medical education
- Clinical training in ambulatory medicine
- Improvement of clinical skills in community internal medicine through the establishment and maintenance of a continuity clinic
Fellows who successfully complete this program obtain a postdoctoral certificate in clinical and translational science.
The Community Internal Medicine Research Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, began in 2012. We anticipate that one trainee will complete this program annually.