The Cornell-Hunter Health Equity Research Fellowship is uniquely designed to deepen trainees' understanding of health care, local and international healthcare delivery systems, epidemiology of disease, and interventions to improve health outcomes. We offer four focus areas: primary care, health system redesign, community-partnered research, and global health. We offer a two to three-year fellowship duration, depending on prior training and experience. Eligible applicants have MD, DO, DNP, PsyD, PharmD, MBBS, MB ChB, or PhD with a strong commitment to pursuing independent research careers. Clinicians must have completed clinical training. Physician fellows will supplement their research training with up to 20% of their time devoted to clinical practice in inpatient or outpatient internal medicine. Training in academic skills, including leadership and mentoring, is also provided. Applicants with prior research experience or with a Master's or PhD in addition to their clinical degree are encouraged to apply. U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents only.