The Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) program is a 12-month mentored global health research training fellowship at select institutions in low-and-middle-income countries (LMIC). Both predoctoral and postdoctoral awards are available. The program’s main objective is to train new generations of health researchers and professionals who will be prepared to address the emerging challenges in global health and inequity.

The list of LMIC Research Training Sites is available here.

Eligibility

U.S. citizens and permanent residents from any U.S. institution can apply. You do not have to be part of or affiliated with Stanford University, University of Arizona, University of California Berkeley, or Yale University to apply for this fellowship.

Interested individuals from an institution that is not part of GHES are strongly encouraged to contact a GHES Program Manager (link) to discuss their application.

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