Global and Rural Health Fellowship
The University of Washington Global and Rural Health Fellowship is now accepting applications for Internal Medicine and Medicine-Pediatrics physicians who are interested in becoming leaders and experts in the fields of global and rural health. This Global and Rural Health Fellowship is a two year training program where fellows spend one year living and working with Native populations in Alaska and South Dakota and one year working abroad on medical education and/or research projects with University of Washington faculty and mentors. In addition to a weekly structured curriculum, fellows can also obtain a Master’s Degree at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine or attend tropical medicine courses.
For more information, contact Francis Montes at email@example.com or go to https://globalhealth.washington.edu/academic-programs/residents-fellows/global-and-rural-health-fellowship .