Global Health Medical Student Research Fellowship
The Global Health Medical Student Research Fellowship is a joint effort by The Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) and the Stanford MedScholars Program. In response to increasing interest in global health among incoming and current medical students, this fellowship provides an opportunity for medical students with a genuine interest in global health to gain foundational experience in global health research. This fellowship will offer up to two medical students a year funding and support to dedicate one year to global health research. It will include an on-campus element as well as an extended period of time at a global field site conducting research.
Candidates will apply with a project idea and a faculty mentor, and if accepted, will work with Dr. Steve Luby, Associate Dean for Global Health and Director of Research at CIGH, during their fellowship for additional guidance.