The Minnesota Learning Health System (MN-LHS) Mentored Career Development Program is excited to announce an open call for applications. We are accepting applications now through October 1st.

The MN-LHS Program provides two UMN Assistant Professors with dedicated research time, salary coverage (75%), and research development support costs to conduct patient-centered research in a learning health system. Scholars participating in the two-year program learn how to create and use data quickly and effectively to improve healthcare delivery through workshops and seminars.

Applicants will be asked to propose research that is appropriate to patient-centered learning health systems and include a plan for patient and stakeholder engagement. Scholars should also propose up to two mentors who have experience mentoring other faculty to research independence.

To learn more and apply to the program, visit our MN-LHS page.