Global Health Equity Scholars Program

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Global Health Equity Scholars Program The Global Health Equity Scholars Program is a 12-month research training fellowship at selected institutions in low-and-middle-income countries (LMIC). The GHES is one of six Fogarty Global Health programs andhas 44 partner LMIC institutions. The application cycle for 2021-2022 fellowships is now open. Applications are due by November 2, 2020. In addition, the Fulbright-Fellowship application cycle is now open. Applications are due by October 13, 2020 to the Fulbright. More information is available at theGHES Fulbright website and at the Fulbright-Fogarty Fellowships in Public Health website.The GHES and the NIH Fogarty International Center are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact on our research colleagues, fellowships and collaborations. We take a moment to highlight the committed work of our GHES mentors, fellows and alumni as healthcare and public health responders to the pandemic. Explore the NIH Global Health Program - LMIC InstitutionsThe NIH Fogarty International Center Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars has over 80 partner LMIC institutions (in the map below).Click the expand button at the top right. UC Berkeley GHES at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, Zahirul Islam PhD (2015-2016), Mohammad Aminul Islam PhD MSc (GHES alumnus 2012-2013 and now a GHES mentor), Muhammad Asaduzzaman MBBS, MPH, MPhil (2017-2018). Photo Courtesy of Dr. Prajakta Adsul (15-16 GHES Fellow): Adsul, Dr. Karl Krupp (17-18 GHES Fellow), Dr. Caitlyn Placek (16-17 GHES Fellow), and team at Public Health Research Institute in Mysore, India Our ImpactOver the past seven years our program has trained 111 fellows (63 US and 48 LMIC). About 40% of the fellowships have been carried out in Africa, 32% in Asia, 24% in Latin America, and 4% in Eastern Europe.Of the US fellowships, 20% have been among under-represented minorities in the sciences. 122GHES alumni and fellowsIn fall 2020, there will be 110 alumni and 12 new fellows in the GHES. Our alumni collaborate with US and LMIC researchers and mentor incoming fellows.200+peer-reviewed publicationsOur alumni publish an average of 2 peer-reviewed publications after completion of their GHES fellowship. A PubMed listing is available HERE.75%alumni CAREERS MAINLY IN researchAll of our GHES alumni continue working in global health research. While 75%focus primarily on research, 10%focus on teaching and 15% in clinical work.GHES ON INSTAGRAM

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