The University of California provides support for global health research and training through numerous fellowship opportunities on campus and worldwide. From grants for summer fieldwork to funding for multi-year research projects, to everything in between, UC can help you develop your global health practice. UC fellowships support students, faculty and researchers who improve the health of vulnerable people and communities around the world.
UCGHI's career development fellowship for researchers from UC campuses and affiliated international sites across 17 countries
The SD4H Fellowship provides global health researchers at Maseno University with outstanding transdisciplinary education, mentorship and training in research designed to improve HIV health outcomes.
This opportunity is for University of California graduate students across the 10 UC campuses to provide seed funding (up to $2,500) for research projects of their own design. Research projects should be innovative and in the areas of women’s health, gender justice, and/or empowerment.
Dozens of fellowship, funding and training opportunities for all levels of students, faculty and researchers