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Clinical outcomes research training in Women’s Health with a Focus on Female Lower Urinary Tract Disorders

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri

Position Description:

The Divisions of Public Health Sciences and Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery/Women & Infants Center at Washington University School of Medicine are seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Outcomes Research Training in Women’s Health with a focus on Female Lower Urinary Tract Disorders. PhD applicants from diverse backgrounds (e.g., Public Health and Policy) are encouraged to apply, and previous experience in female urinary tract disorder research or previous clinical experience is not necessary.

Introduce postdoctoral fellows to female lower urinary tract disorders and train them to conduct high-quality clinical outcomes research in this emerging field (e.g., studies of treatment effectiveness and cost, healthcare utilization, dissemination and implementation, impact on quality of life, prevention, and health disparities).
The training program includes:
  • Didactic training in clinical outcomes research methodology and female lower urinary tract disorders
  • Individualized mentorship team
  • Access to patients and data from local and national leading studies to create a research program on topics of fellows’ choosing
  • A multi-faceted career development program
  • Competitive salary and benefits for up to 3 years.
For inquiries, please contact the Training Directors:
   Siobhan Sutcliffe, PhD at
   Jerry Lowder, MD, MSc at
   Carrie Westphal at