The mission of the PhD program in Health Services is to train the next generation of health services researchers and to prepare them to provide leadership in the field. The program is designed to prepare graduates for research careers in universities, research and policy-making organizations, the health care industry, and government agencies.
The University of Washington's PhD program in Health Services, in recognition of the complex issues facing health care today and tomorrow, is committed to training students who will contribute to the public health of the population by producing high quality research on important topics and translating the results to practice and policy.
Rosa Avila Receives NIH F31 Diversity Fellowship Grant
Health Services PhD Student Rosa Avila was recently awarded a National Insitutes of Health F31 Diversity Fellowship Grant for her project "Reducing Child Health Disparities with Health Policies: Is Health Reform Enough?"Read more . . .
Incoming PhD Student Janeth Sanchez Wins Grayston Day Award
The PhD Program in Health Services is delighted to announce that incoming student Janeth Sanchez has been awarded the 2015 Grayston Day Fellowship award!Read more . . .
HSERV PhD Faculty and Student Awarded NSF I/UCRC Planning Grant
Health Services faculty Cynthia LeRouge and Douglas Conrad and PhD student Ann Nguyen were awarded the Industry/University Cooperation Research Center Planning Grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to launch a Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT) site at UW.Read more . . .