CEND is now accepting applications for our $5,000 Wiesenfeld and Miller graduate fellowships (UC Berkeley PhD students only) as well as our $10,000 Science and Engineering for Global Health fellowship (UC Berkeley PhD students or postdocs only). These fellowships can be used for laboratory supplies, conference travel, or international field experience related to infectious diseases.
The Global Health Fellows Program II (GHFP-II) is pleased to announce its upcoming Summer 2014 internships with the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Washington, DC. USAID is home to a wide range of world-renowned global health experts working on projects of international scope and importance. The internships are based in USAID’s Global Health
About The UC Berkeley Center for Global Public Health and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism are excited to offer a new joint internship for a summer global health reporting project in 2014. A $6,000 stipend will be awarded to a UC Berkeley graduate student in journalism or public health to cover expenses involved in
The Peder Sather Center for Advanced Study supports collaborative research and scholarly exchanges between researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and researchers at eight participating Norwegian academic institutions. The Center is launching it’s second annual funding competition and invites faculty across the campus to submit proposals for grants. It is expected that the Center
The Tsinghua-Berkeley Fund is pleased to announce its first Call for Proposals, for grants of up to $25,000 to seed original, collaborative research between Berkeley and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Proposals are accepted in all fields. Fund requests may include a living stipend to supplement a sabbatical spent at Tsinghua. The Tsinghua-Berkeley Fund was
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is soliciting proposals for the Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award (ONES) (R01). Only one application per school or college within a university will be accepted. For example, within a university, one application can be submitted from each of the schools of medicine, public health, arts and sciences,
The Global Innovation Initiative grant competition Grants will be awarded to interdisciplinary higher education partnerships focusing on globally significant issues related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Proposals that address the following STEM-related themes will be accepted for the first year’s competition: Energy, environment and climate change Agriculture, food security and water Global health
Each summer the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Young Scientists Summer Program (Austria) hosts about 50 advanced PhD students whose interests correspond with IIASA’s ongoing research on real life global issues such as climate change, energy, food & water, economics, and poverty. Dates of the 2014 Program:1 June – 31 August Application Deadline: 13
Attend the first-annual UCSF Global Health Research Symposium! Keynote address will be given by Eric Goosby, MD, Former U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. Oral and poster presentations will cover topics such as the intersection of global health with basic science, clinical science and population health. Speakers include: Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Joe DeRisi, Shari Dworkin, Maggie Feeney, Elvin
UC Berkeley Minority Health/Global Health international summer research fellowship has added two new projects to its list of 2014 opportunities. One project is specifically for graduate student applicants. This fellowship offers qualified undergraduate, masters and doctoral students from minority and health-disparity populations the opportunity to conduct health sciences research abroad, in a developing country. The
The 2014-2015 GHES application round is now open! The Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) program offers a unique international experience for Junior Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and advanced PhD and professional school students. It provides one-year research training fellowship opportunities in global health at top-ranked, NIH-funded centers abroad. The GHES program is one of five supported by the Global