The Institute for Oral and Systemic Health, at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, has educational opportunities for highly motivated individuals in the field of Oral Health Informatics. Depending on availability, we offer positions for: Postdoctoral Fellowships; Research Rotations for Dental Students; Research Assistants; and Internships.

NIDCR Supported Oral Health Informatics Postdoctoral Fellowships 

Periodically, The University of Wisconsin-Madison and Marshfield Clinic will recruit trainees for its NIDCR/NLM-funded postdoctoral training program in oral health informatics. The NIDCR funded Oral Health Informatics postdoctoral fellowship program is primarily based out of the Marshfield Clinic site under the direction of Dr. Amit Acharya. While an individual’s scientific interest will play a major role in determining specific research activities, postdoctoral fellows will have opportunities to contribute to the following core research areas: Translational Oral Health Informatics; Human Computer Interaction in Dentistry; Dental Bioinformatics and Computing; Clinical Research Informatics applied to Oral and Systemic Health Research or Dental and Craniofacial Research; and all areas of biological sciences including, but not limited to: molecular biology, molecular microbiology, proteomics, etc.

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Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency

Marshfield Clinic Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) Program is a one-year postdoctoral education program which offers advanced training in providing comprehensive care to diverse patient populations, including those with complex medical and dental conditions. The program places residents in community health center sites for comprehensive general dentistry training and provides the resident with an integrated medical-dental setting. The AEGD is designed to enable the residents to gain extensive experience in various dental disciplines with a focus on providing accessible high quality care to underserved populations.
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Oral Health Internship Program 

Note: We are no longer accepting applications for summer 2017.  Please check back in November 2017 for information about Summer 2018.
 

Community Health Internship Program 

The Institute for Oral and Systemic Health is a hosting site for the Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Community Health Internship Program (CHIP).  This is an 8 week summer internship to develop research projects and provide mentoring for health professions students. 

General inquiries about the AHEC/CHIP can be directed to:

              Courtney Saxler, CHIP statewide coordinator
              
Email or 608-265-6323