External Funding Resources
- The Center for Academic Partnerships Development (AED) Fellows Programprovides professional experience to the next generation of development leaders. Accomplished U.S. students and individuals between academic programs with diverse technical skills now have the opportunity to compete for work in AED development project offices around the world. Fellows will be placed in selected AED projects in all world regions and, later, with AED partners, including local NGOs.
- The Aetna/DSC HealthCare Fellowship program was created to develop new leaders in health care equipped with the tools and skills necessary to work towards the elimination of racial/ethnic disparities.
- The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)'s mission is to develop Leaders in Service: individuals who are dedicated and skilled in meeting the health needs of underserved communities, and whose example influences and inspires others.
- The American Public Health Assocation is looking for candidates with strong public health credentials who wish to spend one year in Washington, D.C. working in a CONGRESSIONAL office on legislative and policy issues such as health, the environment or other public health concerns. The fellow will have the opportunity to see first-hand how public policy impacts public health and to offer their public health expertise to policymakers.
- The EID Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowship is a one-year program designed for bachelor’s or master’s level scientists, with emphasis on the practical application of technologies, methodologies and practices related to emerging infectious diseases. The EID Laboratory Research Fellowship is a two-year program designed for doctoral level (PhD, MD or DVM) scientists to conduct high-priority research in infectious diseases.
- The American Women's Hospital Service (AWHS) Overseas Assistance Grant program provides travel grants for medical students and residents working in clinics in India, Guatemala, Iran, Ghana and other nations around the world.
- The Fellowship is administered by the Society's American Committee on Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers' Health (ACCTMTH–Clinical Group) and provides travel expenses for medical students who arrange clinical tropical medicine or tropical medicine research electives in areas afflicted by tropical diseases.
- The Global Health Program harnesses advances in science and technology to save lives in poor countries and focuses on the health problems that have a major impact in developing countries but get too little attention and funding.
- The purpose of the foundation is to provide a continuing source of highly qualified scientists, mathematicians, and engineers by awarding scholarships to college students who intend to pursue careers in these fields.
- This fellowship provides third- and fourth-year medical and veterinary students with valuable public health experience in an international setting. The main focus of the fellowship is a 6- to 12-week field assignment. Fellows are mentored by experienced CDC staff and learn through hands-on experience while working on a public health project in a developing country.
The Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia HIVCorps Fellowship Program was established in 2003 with three primary purposes: 1) to provide logistical support for our various HIV-related service projects. 2) to provide students and early career public health professionals with the opportunity to work in developing world settings, and 3) to foster collaborations between the American and Zambian volunteers.
- The Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program within the Policy and Global Affairs Division of the National Academies is designed to engage its Fellows in the analytical process that informs U.S. science and technology policy. Fellows develop basic skills essential to working or participating in science policy at the federal, state, or local levels.
- The Fogarty InterntionalCenter's Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars provides supportive mentorship, research opportunities and a collaborative research environment for early stage investigators from the U.S. and low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), as defined by the World Bank, to enhance their global health research expertise and their careers
- The Truman Scholarship provides up to $30,000 in funding to students pursuing graduate degrees in public service fields.
- Global Health Corps aims to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders tobuild the movement for health equity.
- This two-year postdoctoral fellowship program invites applicants to join a growing cadre of leaders skilled in research on the social determinants of health, academic-community partnering, community-based participatory research, and application of research to strengthen advocacy and achieve policy change.
- The Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program trains emerging leaders in the fight to end hunger worldwide. It is a unique two-year program that combines field and policy work.