The Department of Sociomedical Sciences will offer one Predoctoral Fellowships in Gender, Sexuality and Health to PhD applicants entering in the fall of 2015.
This fellowship is funded by a training grant award from the National Institute of Child Health and Development, Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch. Fellowships cover tuition and stipend and include monies for professional meeting travel and academic supplies. Funding is guaranteed up to five years (although students will be encouraged to seek outside funding for their dissertation research).
Applicants must apply to and be accepted by the Department of Sociomedical Sciences before a training fellowship can be offered.
For further information about the fellowship program, call or email:
Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences
Jennifer S. Hirsch
Professor and Deputy Chair of Doctoral Studies, Sociomedical Sciences
Constance A. Nathanson
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