Applications for the 2021-2022 Fellowship Year will open in late summer. Apply by November 1, 2020.
The Fogarty International Center has awarded a new Global Health Fellows and Scholars Program to a Consortium of Vanderbilt University, Emory University, Cornell University, and Duke University (VECDor). The award recognizes the long-standing commitment to global health and of collaboration across each of these universities and their collaborating international partners. The VECDor program provides supportive mentorship, research opportunities and a collaborative research environment for early stage investigators to enhance their global health research expertise and their careers.
Beginning in July 2014, the program provides 11 months of stipend support, health insurance, modest research training costs, travel costs to and from the international site, and a five-day orientation on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
- Addis Ababa University
- Haitian Group for the Study of Kaposi’s Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO)
- Hospital Regional de Occidente, Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras
- Institute of Nutrition of Central American and Panama (INCAP)
- Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC)
- Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF)
- Moi Schools of Medicine and Public Health
- Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)
- Rwanda-Zambia HIV Research Group
- Universidade Eduardo Mondlane
- University of Zambia (UNZA)
- Vietnam National Institute for Cancer Control (NICC)
- Vietnam National University and Danang Psychiatric Hospital
- Weill Bugando, Tanzania
Candidates must have the committed support from research mentors at their home institution and at the international site.
Eligible candidates must work in a health-related discipline such as medicine, nursing, public health, dentistry, and optometry among others, and meet the following criteria:
• Postdoctoral researcher
• Pre-doctoral candidates currently enrolled in a health-related doctoral program
• U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or non-citizen national OR citizen of any nation exclusive of high-income countries as defined by the World Bank
• Demonstrated interest in a career in global health research
• Candidates from underrepresented minority communities are particularly encouraged to apply
Co-funding is a plus! Preference is given to applicants who are receiving support from their institution’s NIH T32, other research training grants, or from other research-oriented global health residency and fellowship training programs.