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"The Population Council offers a fellowship program to expand training opportunities for social scientists and biomedical researchers in the health and population fields. This fellowship is geared toward developing-country nationals in the early stages of their careers, and to those with a demonstrated commitment to remaining in their home countries to build capacity in local institutions or returning home after working/studying abroad. The Council’s Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program is a ten-year program that began in January 2007. The program offers a limited number of fellowships each year. The Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program allows fellows to work with experienced mentors in the Council’s network of offices. Fellows work on projects in the following program areas :
HIV and AIDS
Poverty, Gender, and Youth
Candidates must have recently completed (within the last five years)-or anticipate completing by 30 June 2012-a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in the social sciences, public health, or biomedical sciences. All applicants should have previous direct experience with either biomedical research, program research, or policy-relevant social science research (preferably with one or more peer-reviewed publications). Candidates with master’s-level degrees in public health or a related field may be eligible only if they have considerable skills, background, experience, and peer-reviewed publications, including 2-3 years of relevant job experience post-master’s.
Applicants must be legal citizens of a developing country and be proficient in English".
Consulter les pages du Bixby Program pour en savoir plus.