HMS 2013 Doris Duke ICR Fellows - Nick Cuneo (4th from left) | June-Ho Kim (5th from left) | George Baison (far right)HMS 2013 Doris Duke ICR Fellows - Nick Cuneo (4th from left) | June-Ho Kim (5th from left) | George Baison (far right)
Application Season for the 2015-2016 Program is now open.

The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation International Clinical Research Fellowship at Harvard Medical School (HMS) provides medical students with a year-long high-quality, mentored research experience that offers them with the opportunity to address key clinical and public health issues in resource-limited settings around the world. This fellowship strives to foster medical student growth and development as future investigators and to contribute to the pipeline of academic researchers who work internationally.

Through this fellowship, students will:

1. develop critical skills in research design and methodology;
2. gain experience conducting relevant research in a resource-limited setting; and
3. join a national network of medical student fellows who are interested in pursuing careers in international clinical and public health research.