RAND Health Care Employment & Fellowships

RAND Health Care is a growing organization and welcomes opportunities to review resumes from health services scholars at every career stage and from a broad spectrum of health-related disciplines. We attract the best in their professions—physicians, economists, psychologists, mathematicians, organizational analysts, political scientists, psychometricians, medical sociologists, policy analysts, and statisticians.

The Pardee RAND Graduate School is a fully accredited graduate school offering a Ph.D. in policy analysis. An essential component of the curriculum is on-the-job training, and health care projects are among those from which students choose. For application by e-mail, or further information regarding RAND employment opportunities, please visit our Employment Homepage. Please note: RAND does not accept applications by U.S. mail.

Participants in the Robert Wood Johnson National Clinician Scholars Program at the University of California, Los Angeles, have the opportunity to involve themselves in RAND Health Care projects as part of their training.

RAND Health Care, along with the UCLA Department of Health Policy and Management, the Schaefer Center on Health Policy and Economics at USC, and the VA LA HSR&D Center for the Study of Healthcare Innovation, Implementation and Policy, jointly sponsor a post-doctoral program, the Los Angeles Area Health Services Research Training Program.

The MiniMedical School for Social Scientists (MiniMed) is a series of lectures about biomedical issues relating to aging, intended for non-medically trained scholars.

Other Educational Opportunities at RAND