PhD Candidate Brinnae Bent awarded Duke Forge Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
The Forge pre-doctoral fellowship is a competitive, fully funded fellowship program focused on scholarship opportunities for research at the intersection of quantitative science and health. The Forge funds innovative, strategic, and creative research partnerships that apply new analytical tools to solve challenges in human health and the delivery of healthcare.
The Forge is Duke University’s center for health data science. Forge is composed of a diverse team of scholars, clinicians, and experts from multiple disciplines who represent Duke’s campus-wide interest in health data science. The Forge is a symbol of creation through transformation—a transformation that requires arduous work but results in lasting tools capable of solving big problems.