Osher Collaborative offers fellowship programs across our Center sites
Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
To ensure our clinical and research efforts blossom into a new standard of care, we are training the next generation of practitioners in integrative medicine. The educational activities of the Center take place across the Harvard community and are targeted at the medical student, resident, fellow, and continuing medical education audiences, as well as the general public.
Our Osher Center for Integrative Medicine created the Integrative Medicine Fellowship with a mission of training future integrative clinicians who can be leaders in the field. The program is an Advanced Training Specialty Program (ATSP) approved through the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, Our academic clinical fellowship is intended for primary care physicians from the fields of family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics, who are interested in developing expertise within the emerging field of integrative medicine and health.
University of California, San Francisco
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is committed to training the next generation, and we believe that change in healthcare is happening. The following programs provide post-doctoral training in the field of integrative medicine.
- Training in Research in Integrative Medicine (TRIM)
- Clinical Fellowship
The UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine offers specialized training for physicians interested in clinical Integrative Medicine. Our mission is to train highly skilled, compassionate, and innovative leaders in Integrative Medicine. Our one-year clinical fellowship is designed to prepare physicians for academic and clinical careers in Integrative Medicine.