PhD in Applied Health Research and Evaluation
This degree provides a high-quality foundation in health research methodology and analysis through collaboration with faculty as well as community and clinical mentors. Currently, our faculty are working on a wide range of projects, including the development and implementation of dynamic COVID-19 models, health disparities research, and policy evaluation, including statewide and national mandates pertaining to the opioid epidemic and COVID-19 pandemic. Assistantships in research and teaching give students opportunities to work on these funded research projects and build skills in:
Epidemiological research design and analysis
Policy and Health economics analysis
Clinical and community-based intervention effectiveness
Course Development and Delivery
Students with experience or coursework in research and statistics or those with a strong quantitative background are preferred. We encourage you to review our department website (click here) to see a listing of our faculty and their current research efforts.
We are now accepting applications, and students can below to apply for the PhD program.
There is not a set deadline to apply for this program; new cohorts only begin in the fall. Students seeking PhD assistantships should submit their materials by December 31st. Faculty begin interviewing PhD applicants in January.
Our first PhD students were admitted in 2014, all graduates have gone on to accept faculty and post-doc positions in academic and clinical settings.
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