CDC-Hubert Global Health Fellowship- Medical Student- Dealine 1/18/10


To provide medical and veterinary students with population health
experience in an international setting.


Hubert fellows spend 6 to 12 weeks in a developing country working on
a priority health problem with CDC staff. Fellows participate as a
member of a CDC team investigating a global public health problem and
conducting analyses of public health data.

Interested medical and veterinary students apply during their 2nd or
3rd year. The fellowship begins the following summer.

Hubert fellows receive a stipend to help pay for travel and living
expenses during the fellowship.

Most schools award course credit.


You must be

· A medical or veterinary student in your 2nd or 3rd year when
you apply
· Enrolled in a school accredited by the

o Liaison Committee on Medical Education
o American Osteopathic Association
o American Veterinary Medical Association

· Covered by medical insurance during the fellowship
· A U.S. citizen or permanent resident


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