Are you an Emory doctoral trainee? If yes, then you have good news. The Rollins School of Public Health is presenting the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship opportunity for the students seeking assistance to pursue higher education. The students who are Emory doctoral trainees in Epidemiology, BSHES, Health Policy and Management, and Nutrition Health Sciences and are a permanent resident of the United States are encouraged to apply for the fellowship.
The determination behind introducing the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship is to support students desiring to obtain educational excellence. The fellowship is designed to provide support funds and to grant 1-2 years of an NIH-level pre-doctoral stipend to the qualified pre-doctoral trainees.
The Rollins School of Public Health founded in 1990, is the Public Health School of Emory University. Rollins consists of more than 1,100 students pursuing master’s degrees MPH/MSPH and over 150 students pursuing doctorate degrees. The school was furnished by Randall Rollins, who named it after his father, O. Wayne Rollins, a self-made business entrepreneur and innovator who participated in numerous ventures with his brother, John W. Rollins.
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The given table shall equip the entrant with additional details about the fellowship:
|Organization||Emory University Rollins School of Public Health|
|Educational Level||Doctoral Trainee|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||May 1, 2021|
Who May be Eligible?
The applicants must adhere to the eligibility requirements to apply for the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship-
- The applicant must be Emory doctoral trainees in Epidemiology, BSHES, Health Policy and Management, and Nutrition Health Sciences.
- The applicant must be US citizens or permanent residents.
- Applicants must have expressed interest in and commitment to Maternal and Child Health research and programming.
How to Apply?
To apply for the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship, the applicant must submit a letter of interest to MCH@emory.edu specifying research and career goals concerning Maternal and Child Health, along with relevant professional and academic experience.
The recipients of the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship will receive worthy awards. The beneficiary will get 1-2 years of an NIH-level pre-doctoral stipend, along with professional development funds to supplement Laney Graduate School Professional Development Support funds. The fellowship will help the students to achieve academic excellence.
The application deadline for the MCH Doctoral Scholar Fellowship is May 1, 2021. Submissions formed beyond the deadline will not be recognized.