Learn more about efforts in international health and the work being done to achieve better health for all.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Global Affairs
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Programs and Resources in Global Health
National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International Center's Global Health Research Programs
U.S. Agency for International Development's Programs in Global Health
U.S. Peace Corps Global Health Service Partnership
World Federation of Public Health Associations
Marmot Prince Mahidol Fellowships
The University College London seeks applicants for its Marmot Prince Mahidol Fellowships. The fellowships are available to researchers who have completed doctoral training and who are committed to reducing inequalities in health within their countries. They are designed to help develop the next group of researchers working in the area of inequalities in health and build strategic global links between UCL and other institutions worldwide. The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017. For more information about the selection criteria and process, visit UCL’s website.
Call for Manuscripts – MEDICC Review
Since the renewal of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, and the signing of several Memoranda of Understanding, including the historic one between the US Department of Health & Human Services and Cuba's Ministry of Public Health, the door has opened to greater opportunities for fruitful cooperation in medicine and health. Working with governmental and non-governmental health institutions in Cuba and the USA, the Editors of MEDICC Review invite manuscripts from US and Cuban health professionals, researchers and others collaborating in the field of health and social determinants of health to report on the progress of their bilateral work, including projects under way and proposed that have the potential to benefit people in both countries and worldwide. The upcoming special issue of the MEDICC Review in 2018 is entitled, “US – Cuba Health Cooperation: The Next Frontier.” The deadline for manuscripts is June 1, 2017. For author guidelines and format, please visit: www.medicc.org/mediccreview. Questions may be sent to email@example.com.
Pan American Health Organization's Internship and Practicum Program
The Internship and Practicum Program trains young and energetic individuals entering the public health field and interested in providing services to the Organization. PAHO Interns/volunteers are a diverse group of senior undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students from diverse universities from the U.S., Canada and other countries. They are matched with appropriate technical programs based upon the individual’s interests and skills. Placements are in the PAHO offices or Pan American Centers in the Region.