For United States citizens and permanent residents, fellowships provide stipend, tuition, and travel funds, and are typically for two to three year periods:

  1. CHIP slots in the Harvard Informatics Training Program, funded by a National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine T15, include the Harvard MMSc plus protected time for a closely mentored research project by a CHIP faculty member. The training is designed to aggressively drive toward expertise in informatics, publication and grant funding.
  2. The NIH NICHD T32 Training Program, focused on advancing care and therapies or elucidation of epidemiology and mechanisms in acute conditions affecting children and teenagers, offers opportunity for research training and funding for graduate level coursework in informatics in the Harvard biomedical masters degree or the Harvard School of Public Health summer and Masters Degree in Clinical Effectiveness.
  3. Biomedical Informatics postdoctoral slots attached to CHIP Principal Investigator labs and grants.

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About CHIP

The Boston Children's Hospital Computational Health Informatics Program (CHIP), founded in 1994, is a multidisciplinary applied research and education program. Our faculty advance the science of biomedical informatics for molecular characterization of the patient, gene discovery, medical decision making, diagnosis, therapeutic selection, care redesign, public health management, population health, and re-imagined clinical trials.