Application open January 10-February 2
The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program (PHI/CDC) is implemented by the Public Health Institute (PHI), and funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is tasked with strengthening the global public health workforce and programs by collaborating with academia to develop and implement a global health fellowship program for MPH and PhD graduates from CEPH accredited schools, with emphasis in the technical areas of: epidemiology; HIV prevention, monitoring, and evaluation, strategic information, program management, and surveillance.
Through other prominent global health fellowships, PHI has established a reputation for developing and implementing high quality programs that provide meaningful experiences to their participants. During its first year under PHI management, PHI/CDC is looking to support the CDC in its mission to create a cohort of talented public health professionals to contribute in accomplishing the agencies work and goals.
View the fellowship website here, and flyer below for more information.