Operation ASHA in New Delhi, India has several 1-year fellowship opportunities open for students/alumni based in their New Delhi offices. Operation ASHA’s mission is to eliminate tuberculosis among disadvantaged communities, by providing treatment, counseling, education, and supportive services to tuberculosis patients. Operation ASHA also implements awareness and preventive measures to prevent tuberculosis in the community and seeks to build capacity among governments, public health organizations and other NGOs to adopt and implement best practices.
Unite For Sight's Global Impact Corps is a high-impact immersive global health experience for students and for professionals. Unite For Sight is renowned as the highest quality global health immersion and volunteer abroad program worldwide. Unite For Sight prides itself on offering the best global health experience for our Global Impact Fellows, coupled with the highest quality of healthcare delivery programs with our partners.
Named for Dr. Alonzo Smythe Yerby, an African-American pioneer in public health, this initiative is geared toward expanding the diversity of those entering academic public health. The program creates a bridge between academic training in health-related disciplines and entry-level faculty positions at institutions throughout the United States.
Year-long research fellowship for academic training at the University of Cape Town.
A few postdoctoral fellowships are offered each year by the Program on U.S.-Japan Relations for the study of issues in US-Japan relations, Japan's relations with other countries, and domestic issues that bear on Japan’s international behavior. The postdoctoral stipend is $44,000 plus health insurance. U.S.-Japan Advanced Research Fellows are offered shared office space at the Center and access to Harvard facilities.
The Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences (including history and law) with a command of the language, history, or culture of non-Western countries or regions. Post-doctoral Scholars will receive an annual stipend of $56,000, and pre-doctoral Scholars will receive an annual stipend of $28,000.
The Program offers postdoctoral fellowships for social scientists in a broad range of fields, including anthropology, economics, education, history, law, political science, public health, public policy, and sociology. Projects that focus on Japan or Japan's international role from a comparative, historical, or global perspective are welcome. A knowledge of the Japanese language is not required.
The goal of the Rose Traveling Fellowship is to give graduate students and postdocs in the Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, from the Harvard School of Public Health, a cross-cultural experience, which could be in a developed country or a developing country. The Rose Traveling Fellowship Program at the Harvard School of Public Health will provide critical financial support for students or post-doctoral scholars traveling abroad for internships, research work, or any other academically-related projects related to chronic disease epidemiology and/or biostatistics.
Harvard is one of six sites nationally to host this prestigious training program, which is designed to build the nation's capacity for research, leadership and policy change to address the multiple determinants of population health.
To foster existing academic research and scholarly activities within university departments and institutes through a fellowship (lasting a minimum of a year).