Applications for 2018-19 fellowship year are now CLOSED.
Please check back in September 2018 to apply for the 2019-2020 cycle.
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- Trainees are expected to spend 12 months in training and be available to begin the fellowship in July 2018, with a 2-3 weeks of training in the U.S.
- All trainees are required to pursue their research training full time, normally defined as 40 hours per week, or as specified by the sponsoring institution in accordance with its own policies.
- We accept applications from individuals from non-consortium US institutions.
- For a list of affiliated institutions, please review the list of research sites.
Proposals in HIV have to meet the Office of AIDS Research (OAR) HIV/AIDS research priorities. For more information about these priorities, please visit: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-15-137.html
***Please make sure you have all the required attachments before completing the application.***
- Application link: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9GfXHunpRNK5qfP
- Proposals in HIV have to meet the Office of AIDS Research (OAR) HIV/AIDS research priorities. For more information about these priorities, please visit: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-15-137.html
- You do not need to upload your letters of support if you do not yet have them. These can be submitted to us by email once you have applied.
- Signed letters of reference should be e‐mailed directly to Assistant Director Patricie Niyitegeka at email@example.com. Letters of reference must be received by December 15th 2017.
Required Attachments (Essay Questions)
- Statement of career goals and plans
*Please state why you are interested in an international mentored research training experience. In addition, please describe how your career goals relate to global health and how this program will contribute to your professional advancement. (Do not exceed 800 words)
- Research Plan
*Please describe your proposed research project. Include details on your mentorship plan for your fellowship year.(Do not exceed 1000 words)
- IRB & Ethics Approvals Plan
*Please describe your timeline for applying for Institutional Review Board and ethics approvals. This should include both the U.S. and international collaborating institution / national IRBs. (Do not exceed 500 words)
- Additional Funding (if applicable)
*Please describe any additional sources of funding that you have available for your project / fellowship, or that you are applying for. This may include T32, D43 or MEPI grant support, secondary fellowships, K‐ award, etc. If none, please list N.A. (Do not exceed 300 words)
- Fellowship Timeline and Plan
*Please state what you intend to accomplish within the 12‐month timeframe, the feasibility of the study within the available budget and timeline, and the next steps to advance your research. (Do not exceed 500 words)
- NIH‐style Biosketch
*For instructions on how to format your biosketch please go to NIH guidelines by clicking here.
- Transcripts (doctoral and professional students only)
Doctoral and professional student applicants must provide a copy of their most recent transcript. Non‐ official transcripts are allowed. (Post‐doctoral applicants do not need to include a transcript.) Please upload a scan of your transcript in PDF format.
- Letter of Support
*Please find more information in the next section
Letters of Support
Fellows should have the support of at least one program‐affiliated faculty mentor from one of the four participating consortium institutions (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Northwestern University, University of New Mexico). Applicants must have communicated with their proposed faculty mentor(s) to obtain their endorsement of the application. Accordingly, one of the candidate’s letters of support must be from the faculty member at the consortium institution who has agreed to serve as the applicant’s primary research mentor. U.S. Mentors listed here
Fellows must also have the support of at least one mentor from their proposed international site that is willing to serve as the fellow’s international site mentor. A letter of support from this international site faculty mentor is also strongly recommended. However, in the case of doctoral and professional student applicants who have not yet established this relationship, a letter of support from the affiliated international site is not required at the time of application but will be required before a funding decision can be made. If a letter of support is not being submitted from the affiliated international site at the time of application, the applicant’s second letter of support should come from someone who knows the applicant well and can address his or her research accomplishments, research potential, and likelihood of a successful research career in global health research.
Signed letters of reference should be e‐mailed directly to Assistant Director Patricie Niyitegeka at firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters of reference must be received by January 1st, 2018.
For reference purposes only: 2017 Application
International Sites (site mentors are attached to the page of the affiliated sites
For any questions regarding the HBNU Global Health fellowship or the application process please contact Julian Furry at email@example.com or Patricie Niyitegeka at firstname.lastname@example.org.