The Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) Fellowship is a 12-month, NIH-supported, mentored training in global health research designed to address health inequities and improve population health. Applications are now open for the 2024-25 fellowship!
Steve Luby, MD. Director of Research, Center for Innovation in Global Health, teaches this course for Stanford School of Medicine faculty, researchers, fellows, residents, and medical students who are interested in developing research skills applicable to global health. This year’s workshop takes place Nov. 28 and 30th.
We leverage Stanfordʼs interdisciplinary strengths in engineering, environment, medicine, law, business, social sciences, and health policy to increase global health knowledge, create solutions, and effectively disseminate them. We fund Stanford research teams with global health seed grants, lead trainings on how to conduct global health research, fund post-docs and medical students to conduct research in LMICs, and showcase research through communications and convenings. Explore our programs below.
To learn more about global health research opportunities at Stanford or connect with a faculty member, please contact Associate Director for Global Health Education, Yosefa Gilon at email@example.com.