Global Research Training in Population Health
No plans to recompete
The Global Research Training in Population Health program supports research training of low- and middle-income country scientists with the long-term objective of strengthening low- and middle-income country research programs and institutions related to population health, including the study of:
- demographic processes, including: aging, child health, adult health, mortality, morbidity, fertility, migration, urbanization, population dynamics and environment, nutrition, sex and gender, and other social, behavioral, and economic factors that influence population dynamics; and
- reproductive processes (including biology, immunology, genetics, endocrinology), fertility and infertility, contraceptive development, contraceptive clinical trials, contraceptive and reproductive health evaluation.
It provides a variety of short-, medium- and long-term advanced training opportunities for participants from low- and middle-income country institutions within the context of ongoing U.S. research collaborations. Emphasis is on research training for doctoral and post-doctoral level scientists and clinicians. It is expected to strengthen the ability of scientists from low- and middle-income countries to contribute to global population research efforts and to communicate and disseminate knowledge in support of population policies appropriate for their home countries and established international guidelines. It will contribute to building and maintaining centers of research excellence with significant research resources in population health sciences to serve as loci in low- and middle-income countries and regions for research training.
View a full list of past Population awards, including links to project information in NIH RePORTER.
Flora N. Katz, Ph.D.
Fogarty International Center
National Institutes of Health
Building 31, B2C39
31 Center Drive MSC 2220
Bethesda, MD 20892-2220
Phone: (301) 402-9591
Fax: (301) 402-0779
Fogarty International Center collaborates with National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to sponsor this program.
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