Candidates will be competitively selected through a national search. Those selected will participate in the HIV Clinical Leadership Program with full fellowship salary and benefits. Up to 4 fellows may be selected for each cohort. Following satisfactory completion of the fellowship program, loan repayment grants of up to $50,000 a year, for three years, will be available to fellows who are committed to working in under-served communities.
Desired qualifications for potential candidates should show:
- A strong interest in primary care and HIV medicine
- A strong interest in pursuing and implementing outpatient quality improvement or system innovation
- A sincere concern for serving under-served communities.
The HIV Clinical Leadership Program is seeking applicants who are board eligible or board certified in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Medicine-Pediatrics. Applicants must have completed an accredited United States medical residency program.
Applications for the 2020 cycle have now closed.
Applications are accepted from September 1 through November 15 of each application year. Once we have received your completed application, we may contact you for an in-person interview. The second round of the application process involves onsite interviews between November 15 and December 15. Final cohort selection is completed by December 31. The fellowship program may accept up to four qualified candidates per year and begins on July 1 each year. Applicants who are offered a fellowship position will be expected to confirm their acceptance within two weeks after notification.