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Medical Informatics Training Program
The Medical Informatics Training Program at the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications provides medical informatics and clinical informatics training and research opportunities for individuals at various stages in their careers. The program has for more than 20 years contributed to medical and clinical informatics research and trained future informatics research leaders.
Each participant spends between a few months and several years working on LHNCBC research projects under the guidance of LHNCBC research staff preceptors. The FAQs include information about the lecture series that is part of this program. Participants also make presentations, write manuscripts, attend and present at professional conferences, and may publish in professional journals.
Each year approximately 50 interns and fellows, coming from across the US and from several foreign countries, participate in our program.
For graduate school, medical school, and dental school students:
- Medical Informatics Training for Graduate and Medical Students: Summer or semester at LHNCBC
For medical school and dental school students:
- Clinical Electives Program: Medical Informatics: Four- to eight-weeks sessions at LHNCBC and the NIH Clinical Center
For graduate students and postdocs already enrolled in an NLM-sponsored university-based biomedical informatics research training program:
- NLM Rotation for Medical Informatics Trainees: Two-months (usually June and July) at LHNCBC
For medical doctors, dentists, and PhDs
- Medical Informatics Postdoctoral Research Fellowships: One, two, or three years at LHNCBC
- Clinical Informatics Postdoctoral Research Fellowships: One, two, or three years at LHNCBC and NIH research labs
- Fellowship in Oral Health Informatics: Two-year fellowship in Oral Health Informatics sponsored by NIDCR and NLM
For visiting scientists:
- Medical Informatics Research Program for Visiting Scientists: Summer, semester-long, or year-long sabbaticals at LHNCBC
LHNCBC, the NIH Clinical Center, and NIH research labs are located on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland.