Fellowships and training related to health equity research and policy are updated weekly. If you know of an upcoming opportunity that is not listed here, please email HealthEquityResearch@aamc.org with links to program and application information.
Letters of Intent and Applications Due in April 2020
2020 SGM Research Investigator Awards Program
This non-monetary award recognizes "early-stage investigators who demonstrate both contemporary achievement in and a commitment to an area of sexual & gender minority (SGM)-related health research. Awardees will give a lecture at the NIH main campus on September 17, 2020.
(LOI Deadline: April 3, 2020)
The Foundation for AIDS Research Allan Rosenfield HIV/AIDS Public Policy Internship and Fellowship Program
This training program develops interns and fellows into public health leaders in global and domestic HIV/AIDS policy writing, research and advocacy.
(Deadline for June/July placement: April 15, 2020)
Letters of Intent and Applications Due in May 2020 and Later
Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative
This six-month program for is for interprofessional teams of students who will “learn to work together across professions to provide patient-centered care to individuals with complex health and social needs in their communities.”
(Application Deadline: May 1, 2020)
Program to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged In Cardiovascular Health-Related Research (PRIDE-CVD) - Summer Institute
This mentorship program prepares junior faculty from underrepresented minority groups for careers in heart, lung and blood disorders research.
(Application Deadline: Rolling)
American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Drug Abuse Research Fellow
Sponsored by The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), this year long fellowship provides support for research on "American Indian and Alaska Native drug abuse, especially opioid and methamphetamine abuse; data sovereignty and sharing issues for publicly available or otherwise shared data for both reservation and non-reservation AI/AN; and community responses to drug abuse issues."
(Application open until filled)