The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) is now accepting applications for the inaugural cycle of a new Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Fellowship. The ICER HTA Fellowship is a paid full-time one-year program for post-master’s and post-doctoral graduates that provides experiential training alongside a team of evidence synthesis researchers and health economists.
“The ICER HTA Fellows will receive mentorship from HTA researchers, an opportunity to collaborate with health care experts around the country, and hands-on training in advanced statistical modeling,” said Steven D. Pearson, MD, MSc, ICER’s President. “We’re hopeful that this immersive program will not only launch these individuals’ careers across industry and academic settings, but that it will also build a pipeline of future HTA leaders in the US.”
Upon completion of the program, Fellows will be able to apply evidence synthesis strategies and methodologies to the evaluation of prescription drugs, medical tests, and other health care and health care delivery innovations. Graduates of this program will go on to conduct research in an academic institution, think tank, managed care organization, pharmaceutical company, or healthcare facility. Find out more and apply here.