M Health Fairview
For the two-year award period, scholars will receive salary support for 50%-75% FTE up to a maximum of $90,000 per year (at 75% FTE) plus applicable fringe benefits (up to $32,400 per year), and $25,000 per year for research development support costs, such as supplies, research support, and travel. Scholars’ home departments must cover any salary or fringe benefits that exceeds these limits. If scholars choose to allocate the funds towards one mentor’s salary/fringe (up to $5,000), it would need to come out of their $25,000 research development funds.
Support for a third year, if requested, is dependent upon approval and financial support from the scholar’s department.
- Hold a clinical or research doctorate, including Ph.D., Sc.D, Dr.P.H., M.D., D.O., D.C., N.D., D.D.S., D.M.D., D.N.S., D.V.M., O.D., D.P.M, Eng.D., D.P.T., O.T.D., Pharm.D., D.S.W., Psy.D. or equivalent doctoral degree.
- Have a full-time appointment at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Professor or a full time appointment at M Health Fairview with an adjunct or affiliate appointment at the University of Minnesota.
- Be able to commit 50%-75% full-time professional effort to conducting research career development activities associated with the M Health Fairview-LHS award for two years.
- Be able to commit to working within the M Health Fairview system for a minimum of 3 years after completion of program. (Requires scholar to sign an memorandum of understanding [MOU], committing scholar to refund up to one-third of award, pro-rated based on termination date, if the scholar voluntarily leaves the M Health Fairview health system prior to 3 years.)
- Be able to demonstrate a commitment to conducting research within learning health systems focusing on rapid and continuous learning and translation of findings into patient-centered care.
- Research proposed must be appropriate to patient-centered learning health systems (consistent with published methods and AHRQ’s LHS core competencies (PDF))
- Scholars must have more than one mentor, and mentors must represent different disciplines and should have experience mentoring other faculty to research independence.