Dr. Shellie Ellis is an Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas. Read Bio
The NCI/AcademyHealth Healthcare Delivery Research Visiting Scholars Program was launched in 2017 by the Healthcare Delivery Research Program of NCI in partnership with AcademyHealth to address key gaps and advance the field of cancer care delivery research.
This unique program offers mid-career scientists a year-long, funded part-time opportunity to contribute evidence and address cancer care challenges by conducting research and pursuing projects at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Rockville, MD. The program provides individuals with protected time to develop new research directions that advance both their own career goals and the field.
Why Become a Scholar?
- Work closely with NCI staff in the Healthcare Delivery Research Program and gain access to NCI data and resources to improve healthcare delivery and address cancer care challenges.
- Expand your professional network by connecting with new partners and collaborators and increase your professional visibility by presenting your research at the Annual Research Meeting (ARM) and a public webinar.
- Deepen your understanding of the federal grant-making process.
Learn more about the benefits of the program.
The Visiting Scholar(s) is housed in NCI’s Healthcare Delivery Research Program (HDRP). HDRP’s mission is to advance innovative research to improve the delivery of cancer-related care and it accomplishes this work through its three Branches: Healthcare Assessment Research Branch, Health Systems and Interventions Research Branch, and Outcomes Research Branch.
2019 Application Cycle
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2019 NCI/AcademyHealth Healthcare Delivery Research Visiting Scholars Program.
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2019-2020 Visiting Scholar
New Recorded Webinar:
NCI/AcademyHealth Healthcare Delivery Research Visiting Scholar Webinar: Developing a Framework for Measuring Quality of Cancer Survivorship Care