Call for Applications

The FE Fellowship is a 2-year training-through-service program in applied epidemiology and public health leadership. Fellows develop competencies by providing valuable public health services to the Ministry of Health and District Health Teams; 80% of the fellows' time will be spent on field projects with supervision and mentorship provided by MoH, U.S. CDC and MakSPH, with an anticipated 20% spent in interactive didactic training.

Competency domains include field epidemiology (public health surveillance, outbreak investigation, and applied epidemiologic investigation), communication, public health programming and leadership. Fellows will prove development of these competencies by completing a portfolio of projects in each of these domains. Fellows will serve in priority technical units of the Ministry of Health, public regional or district health agencies to complete this portfolio under the supervision and mentorship of national and international subject-area experts.

Number of Fellowships on offer: In 2018, the program will offer ten (10) Fellowships in Field Epidemiology.

Required Academic Qualifications: Successful applicants should have a Master's degree in any of the following disciplines: Public Health, Health Services Research, Epidemiology, Veterinary Public Health, Nutrition, Environmental Health, Wildlife, and any other health-related disciplines

    Applications Closed on 07/08/2017 Midnight.