One-Year Global Health Informatics Fellowship for Medical Students
We are excited to announce a new one-year fellowship for current medical students from The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. One Fellow will be selected to be part of an international research team working on "Data Science for Decision Support in the HIV Care Cascade;" a large NIH funded project focused on HIV Care in collaboration with Moi University in Western Kenya. The project includes a wide range of evaluation techniques and data science methods. Fellows will work on a research project of their own as part of the larger project, and will be expected to publish at least one journal article as first author based on their work. The Fellow will receive training and mentoring from Dr. Hamish Fraser, Associate Professor of Medical Science and Associate Professor of Health Systems, Policy and Practice at Brown University, with additional mentoring from other clinicians, informaticians and public health researchers from both Brown and Moi University.