Apply Today! Academic Learning Health System (aLHS) Scholars Program

November 4, 2022

Postdoctoral opportunity – The aLHS Scholars Program at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC. Supported through an NIH training grant award (TL1 mechanism), this program is intended for postdoctoral candidates interested in conducting translational research in the learning health system.


The aLHS Scholars Program focuses on healthcare research under the guidance of an interdisciplinary team of mentors. It further provides formal course work with the opportunity to complete a Certificate or MS degree. A unique LHS curriculum includes training in biomedical informatics, implementation science, organizational change, leadership, team science, health systems research ethics, grant writing, and more. Scholars will also engage in a practicum experience that immerses them in a hospital team. Upon completion, participants will be equipped with the methodological and professional skills to conduct research in the complex environments of health systems and to disseminate and implement evidence-based findings into clinical practice.


The Program and offers both 1- and 2-year training opportunities. Participants receive NIH-scale postdoctoral stipends, health- and tuition benefits. Start dates allow some flexibility.

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