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Scholars are interdisciplinary leaders spanning clinical specialties, thematic areas of interests who seek to understand the persistent inequities in the U.S. health care system and gain the frameworks, insights, and professional connections necessary to effectively forge solutions. The goal is to develop scholars into transformational leaders. Scholars collaborate across sectors, clinical professions and disciplines. Mentored by Senior Fellows, scholars develop high-level leadership skills through professional coaching and networking. 

The Cobb Scholars represent a unique group of individuals who have achieved academically at a high level and have goals of becoming successful research specialists, clinicians and educators. The have completed the M.D., D.O. or Ph.D. degree within the past 15 years. They have sincere interest in careers in Research and have interest in Health Disparities or Health Equity. They further look to achieve high levels of research skill leading to the attainment of a RO1 research award. They also aspire to successful advancement in academic and clinical careers. As Cobb Scholars, they would be mentored by Fellows and Senior Fellows of the W. Montague Cobb/NMA Health Institute as well as members of the Association for Academic Minority Physicians (AAMP). 

Cobb Scholars also enjoy access to the "Members Only" section benefits which provides updates to research and job opportunities. Sign up  here if you want to join. 

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The Cobb Institute is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for everyone. We are continually improving the user experience and applying the accessibility standards. Our learning management system (LMS) provider, BlueSky eLearn partners with eSSENTIAL Accessibility to aid in creating a fully inclusive online experience. Should you experience difficulty accessing our resources in the LMS, please contact us at