How to Apply

Applications accepted through 7/31/2018

All applicants will be asked to provide:

  •  Professional resume 
  • 1-page cover letter detailing their interest in the Fellowship
  • 1-page letter of recommendation from a supervisor, mentor or colleague
  • Completed Supervisor Support Form (to download click Supervisor Support Form 2018).
  • Optional: applicants may choose to include a 1-page description of a concept for an innovation that they wish to pursue over the course of the program. Providing a concept is recommended but not mandatory.*

*Please review the Terms and Conditions for important information and disclosures regarding intellectual property. All Fellows will be expected to sign a full copy of the Acknowledgement and Waiver Form upon being accepted into the program. In addition, external candidates will be required to have their employer sign the Employer Fellow Acknowledgement and Waiver Form, to waive any IP rights to IP brought to or developed by the Fellow during the Fellowship Program.

Finalists will be subject to a routine pre-selection background check in accordance with HFHS procedures.

How to apply:

Download and complete the following application (Davidson Fellowship Application Checklist 2018). To apply, send all required material and the completed form to by July 31, 2018 and include “Davidson Fellowship Candidate Application” in the subject line.

Selection process:

Phase 1: Application Review (Aug 1 – Aug 8)

 A committee of healthcare and innovation experts at HFII will review each application and assess the candidate’s background. Approximately 25 top applicants will be selected for interviews.

Phase 2: Interviews (Aug 9 – Aug 13 )

HFHS, HFII, and Davidson Fellowship faculty and advisors will conduct an in-depth review of each application. Each finalist will be screened further via phone, videoconference, or in-person interview.

 Selected applicants will be notified of their acceptance into the program by August 15, 2018.

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