I-Health Program Coordinator receives Atlantic Philanthropies Health and Aging Policy Fellowship
Dr. Julie Bobitt, Program Coordinator for the I-Health program, was one of 17 new fellows to the Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program. The fellows represent outstanding scholars and practitioners from across a range of disciplines who promise to continue the tradition of excellence set by the alumni classes since 2008. Julie is on the non-residential track, which allows fellows to remain at their home institution but work on a policy project that involves placement(s) throughout the year at relevant sites. Core program components focused on career development and professional enrichment are provided for all fellows. The Health and Aging Policy Fellows program is directed by Harold Alan Pincus, MD, Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University (in collaboration with the American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship Program) and made possible by the generous support of The Atlantic Philanthropies and the John A. Hartford Foundation. Congratulations to Dr. Bobitt on this prestigious honor!