With support from the NIH (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases), ICAP has established the Global HIV Implementation Science Research Training Fellowship to prepare post-doctoral individuals for careers as independently funded researchers and for leadership in global HIV implementation research.
What does the Fellowship offer?
* Mentoring and research support Fellows are matched with research mentors from a diverse pool of program faculty to advise them as they pursue domestic or international research projects related to HIV implementation science.
*Training Assistance with grant writing and manuscript preparation, and didactic coursework in epidemiology and implementation science.
*Stipend Fellows are supported for a maximum of two years and receive an annual stipend based on the current NIH funding level guidelines.
* Training Allowance Fellows receive funds for health insurance, travel and training-related expenses.
* Networking Opportunities for fellows to interact with HIV researchers and trainees from a variety of disciplines.
Recent doctoral graduates with a strong interest in HIV implementation science research who are U.S. citizens, or permanent residents.
ICAP’s global team supports programs and research that address major health issues, including HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, maternal and child health, and non-communicable diseases. Headquartered at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, ICAP has offices in 16 countries. Our multidisciplinary team includes staff with technical, clinical, implementation, research, operations, program and financial management expertise.