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Meet the 2022-2023 T32 Penn State Primary Care Research fellows

The Penn State Primary Care Research Fellowship welcomes its new and continuing fellows for the 2022-2023 academic year.

The two-year mentored training program is a collaboration with Penn State Family and Community Medicine, Academic General Pediatrics and General Internal Medicine designed to train the next generation of primary care researchers with a focus on health disparities, overdose, substance use and mental health research.

“Effective primary care research is linked to high quality care, and reduced mortality and health care costs,” said David Rabago, MD, program director. “A well-trained, diverse research workforce is essential to primary care practice.”

The fellowship is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Grant # 1 T32HP42015‐01‐00.

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