CHIBE offers several resources: funding opportunities, information about how to join our community as a trainee or affiliated faculty member, and educational information for those wanting to learn more about the field of behavioral economics. Learn more about all of our opportunities below.
Interested in applying behavioral economics principles to critical health issues? Our Center invites proposals from affiliated faculty for two programs: the Roybal Pilot Program and the Quartet Pilot Program.
Learn more about how to become a CHIBE trainee or affiliated faculty member and the benefits that come with those associations. Also, see if we have any current job openings available.
There are a number of courses at the University of Pennsylvania that can further education, training, and career development in behavioral economics and how it can be applied to health.