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Health Policy and Management

Post-Doctoral Training Openings

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Mental Health Services and Systems T32 Training Program invites applications for one-year and two-year Post-doctoral Fellowship beginning in spring or summer 2018

Applications Due:  January 15, 2018

The T32 selection committee is seeking one to two highly qualified post-doctoral Fellows with some prior exposure to the field of mental health services and systems. This program will produce researchers who can address critical gaps in knowledge with a focus on: (1) how health care services, delivery settings, and financing systems affect wellbeing of persons with mental illness; (2) how cutting-edge statistical and econometric methods can be used for studying how interventions, policies, and programs can be used to improve care; and (3) how implementation science can be used to most effectively disseminate evidence-based advances into routine practice.

This new training program is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, and represents a collaboration between the Department of Health Policy and Management and the Department of Mental Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a close affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Depending on prior training, post-doctoral trainees will participate in limited coursework, a bi-weekly training grant seminar, and a year-long integrative experience.  Since the main goal of this new Postdoctoral Fellowship program is to train scholars who will become leaders in the mental health services and systems research field, there is considerable protected time for scholarship and publication, and many opportunities for research collaboration.  Commitment to the field of mental health services and systems is a core qualification and component of the training program.

For more information about being a post-doctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, click here.

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To apply, please send the following to the attention of the training program Directors, Drs. Colleen Barry ( and Elizabeth Stuart (

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