ASPPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program

Degree Level: Graduate

Field of Study: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or Social Sci., Business, Law, Education

Location: United States, or International

Duration: One year

Deadlines: March. Please check website below for the specific date.

Description:

In recognition of a career dedicated to improving the health of the world’s most vulnerable populations, ASPPH, with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), established a fellowship in honor of Dr. Allan Rosenfield, former Dean of the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. The purpose of the fellowship program is to enhance training of graduates of the schools of public health with an interest in global health.

The Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program provides international training opportunities for recent graduates of ASPPH member accredited schools of public health (MPH and Doctoral level). The fellowship is an outstanding training opportunity to learn from leading global health experts in CDC headquarters in Atlanta as well as various international posts. The students selected as the Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellows are expected to involve themselves, as Dr. Rosenfield did throughout his career, in all aspects of global health.

The training offered through this program will expand the global health prevention workforce and provide fellows an opportunity to gain practical, first-hand experience working on the front lines of global public health. Fellows will benefit from an opportunity to apply and translate academic knowledge to real world public health situations.

Visit the ASPPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield website for more information.

Award Details

Amount: $43,000 to $53,000 training stipend plus expense allowance

Duration: one year

Location: CDC headquarters in Atlanta or any of 50 CDC partner sites aorund the globe

Degree: Masters or Doctorate in Public Health in the past 5 years

Fields of Study: Public Health, especially global public health