Fellowship Application

RESPONSIBILITIES

Fellow responsibilities include:

• Participation in ongoing research and service evaluation projects
• Development of new research ideas and protocols
• Teaching of students and other trainees in the U.S. and affiliated institutions abroad
• Clinical care at affiliated sites
• Publication of peer-reviewed manuscripts

Eligible fellows will also be able to collect cases for the ABOG oral board exam, through clinical attachments at established clinics and hospitals.

Applicants may choose a concentration in one of many ongoing emphasis areas: HIV prevention in women and children, improving birth outcomes, prevention and treatment of cervical cancer and other gynecologic malignancies, family planning, and implementation research.

SALARY, QUALIFICATIONS, BENEFITS

Applicants must have completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology and be board-eligible by start of the fellowship.

In the second year of fellowship, candidates must be willing to relocate to either Lusaka or Lilongwe.

Although international experience is preferred, it is not a requirement. Stipends will be based on NIH system for post-graduate resident and fellow physicians.

APPLICATION

We are currently accepting applications for the UNC Global Women's Health Fellowship. Interested candidates are asked to submit the following information to be considered:

• A current biosketch in NIH format
• Three letters of recommendation (including one from your current program director or department chair)
• A one-page personal statement describing your research interests and how they relate to global women's health. Personal statements should summarize: prior experience in public health and research, desired training, and long-term career goals (including how this fellowship will help you to fulfill them).

Our deadline for applications for the 2017-2018 academic year is November 15, 2016.

Interested in applying to the program? Please send any queries to .