The Julie Freischlag and Phil Roethle Medical Student Research Award

 Vice Chancellor/Dean Julie Freischlag and her spouse, Phil Roethle, established an endowment in April 2014 to encourage medical students to explore quality improvement research early on in their careers. A research stipend is competitively awarded annually to a medical student at UC Davis who has completed the first year of medical school and who is in good academic standing.

Quality, Safety, and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (QSCER)Program

The Quality, Safety, and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (QSCERT) T32 Program is a multidisciplinary, postdoctoral training program in quality, safety and comparative effectiveness research with an emphasis on training future leaders in surgical, trauma, and urgent/emergency care outcomes research. T32 grants are institutional training grants to support promising researchers who have completed a doctoral-level degree but are not yet ready for faculty appointment. This is postdoctoral fellowship training (MD residents/fellows or PhD scholars) supported by funding from the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research (AHRQ). Scholars will participate in a two-year training course and will be selected based on a competitive application process in which academic qualifications, career goals, and the quality of the training environment will be important considerations for funding.

Click on the link below to learn more about the Quality, Safety, and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (QSCERT) Program.

http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/chpr/fellowship/