We will award up to three Post-Doctoral Fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year.
We will award up to eight Pre-Doctoral Fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year.
NBER's Fellowship Program in Aging and Health Research, funded by the National Institute on Aging and NBER, under the direction of Professors Amy Finkelstein and David Cutler, gives outstanding early-career economists and graduate students exposure to a wide range of NBER research projects related to the economics of aging and health care. Participating fellows pursue independent research while benefitting from
• Opportunities for regular interaction with the Bureau's large network of prominent investigators working in this field
• Inclusion in the vibrant research community at NBER, and in Cambridge more broadly, with many relevant seminar series
• Excellent group of young scholars
• Invitations to attend and participate in the NBER Summer Institute Workshops on Aging and Health Care, with opportunity to hear cutting edge research and interact with scholars from across the US and beyond
• Access to NBER's extensive data collection and to full-time IT support
Successful applications will respond to NIH priorities for Health Economics Research, and propose projects in which health outcomes and behaviors are the primary focus, with a clear and explicit connection to an improved understanding of health.( https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-16-025.html)
Applicants must be US Citizens or permanent residents at the start of the fellowship. This includes noncitizen nationals of the United States. Applicants with a student or other temporary visa are not eligible for this program.
NBER strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans.
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Aging and Health Economics
Josh Feng, PhD Harvard 2018
Jessica Van Parys, PhD Columbia University 2015
Post-Doctoral Fellows in Economics of an Aging Workforce
Andrew Garin, PhD Harvard 2018
Pre-Doctoral Fellows in Aging and Health Research
Ashvin Gandhi, Harvard (Economics)
Dan Ly, Harvard (Health Policy)
Jennifer Kao, Harvard (Public Policy)
Tamar Oostrom, MIT (Economics)
Will Schpero, Yale (Health Policy and Management)
Julia Dennett, Harvard (Health Policy)
Aileen Devlin, MIT (Health, Public Finance)
Annie Hines, University of California, Davis (Economics)