Established more than 30 years ago, the Department of Family and Community Medicine has offered a fellowship to prepare family physicians for a career in academic medicine including knowledge and skills in research and scholarship, clinical epidemiology and evidence-based practice, teaching and learning strategies, and leadership.
Currently, the fellowship is being re-designed to incorporate more on-line learning, an optional “executive model” and restructured stipend support. If you are interested in pursuing a fellowship in the near future, please contact Erik Lindbloom, MD, MSPH.
- James Campbell, PhD – Medical Sociology
- Jack Colwill, MD – Family Medicine
- David Cravens, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine, Geriatrics
- Kevin Everett, PhD – Clinical Psychology
- Michael Hosokawa, EdD – Medical Education
- Kevin Kane, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine
- Richelle Koopman, MD, MS – Family Medicine
- Robin Kruse, PhD, MSPH – Statistical Applications and Analysis
- Michael LeFevre, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine
- Erik Lindbloom, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine, Geriatrics
- Jane McElroy, PhD – Epidemiology
- David Mehr, MD, MS – Family Medicine, Geriatrics
- Debra Oliver, PhD – Gerontology
- James Stevermer, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine
- Steven Zweig, MD, MSPH – Family Medicine, Geriatrics
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