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|Feb. 15||Global Health Clinical Scholars Application|
|February||CDC-Hubert Global Health Fellowship|
|March||Master's Degree in Global Health Application|
|USAID Summer Internships|
|June 1||Global Health Pathways to Discovery Project Proposal & Application|
|October||Fulbright grants & Fogarty Fellowships (For campus deadlines click here)|
|December||CDC Epidemiology Fellowship|
|Fogarty GloCal Health Fellowship|
|Quarterly Deadlines||RAPtr funding application for international projects & work|
Pathway to Discovery in Global Health
The vision of The Pathway to Discovery in Global Health at UCSF is to support and develop lifetime commitments to decreasing the health inequities and disparities in populations throughout the world.
Goals of the Global Health Pathway
The Global Health Pathway offers courses and educational opportunities to build a background understanding of the vocabulary, problems, and concepts in global health, and to develop tools for success in global health careers.
Where we work....
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Please read more under Teach for Health in the Latin America section of the the list of Opportunities by Region.
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