UCGHI’s GloCal Health Fellowship provides aspiring global health researchers with outstanding interdisciplinary education and training in innovative research designed to improve health for populations around the world.
Now accepting applications for its 2021-22 program, GloCal is recruiting individuals interested in HIV research, non-HIV-related mental health research and other global health priority research areas such as women’s health, planetary health and non-communicable diseases. The fellowship is designed for: US doctoral students, professional students and postdoctoral fellows, as well as foreign postdoctoral fellows from affiliated international sites in low- and middle-income countries.
A 12-month mentored research fellowship, GloCal Health Fellowship has four principal components:
Research project – 12 months, at 1 of 20 international partner sites
Mentorship – a strong, interdisciplinary mentored research experience
Global health education – online or onsite courses
Career development – to attain short-term goals and transition to the next stage
Fellowships begin in July 2021 and provide:
12 consecutive months stipend support
Health insurance (for U.S. trainees)
Modest research funding ($15,000)
Travel costs to and from international field site
Support for online courses
A week-long orientation at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Washington, DC.
Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Fogarty International Center (FIC) and UCGHI, the GloCal Health Fellowship supports awarded fellows from all 10 UC campuses as well as 20 affiliated international sites across 17 countries.