MHI Postdoctoral Fellowship
The MHI Fellowship in Military Health supports a post-doctoral scholar in their pursuit of improving the health of servicemembers, veterans, and their families. The fellowship is competitive and selected bi-annually. The fellowship provides significant opportunity to interface with key leaders from the military health community in order to advance their academic career as well as the mission of the MHI.
Our current fellow, Dr Roxana Delgado, PhD, has an expertise in the forefront of military caregiving research. She studies chronic effects of neurotrauma with emphasis in traumatic brain injury (TBI) in military personnel and veterans. Her work also addresses needs of caregivers for veterans and active duty service members with an emphasis on individuals with TBI.
MHI hosts a semi-annual grant workshop series on topics designed to assist faculty in successfully applying for DoD medical research grants. Topic areas include an introduction to the basic framework of the DoD and issues of military relevancy, how to construct a DoD research pre-proposal and full proposal, and how to properly execute grants. Workshops are listed in our events section as scheduled. Usually a workshop is hosted in the fall and the spring.
MHI hosts a semi-annual Distinguished Lecture in Military Health. Past speakers include Dr. Charles Figley who spoke about Compassion Fatigue in a caregiver context and Dr. Dale Smith who spoke about the history of military medicine. Lecturers also provide educational opportunities across all the schools, in addition to their university-wide lecture. Please link to our blog for more details and photos. Scheduled lectures will appear in the events section of our website.
MHI sponsors pilot translational research projects in areas related to military health. Current pilot projects have included topics such as PTSD and Trauma. Visit our Research page for more information on our current pilot projects. To inquire about how to apply please complete the contact us section of the site.