- Independent Research Fellows
- Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University Fellows in Minority Health Policy
- Zinberg Fellowship in Global Health Delivery
- International Mental Health Research Fellows
(Fogarty Institute-sponsored training program)
- Culture and Mental Health Services Research Fellows
(NIMH-sponsored training program)
Independent Research Fellows
Mr. Gonsalves is an Open Society Institute-sponsored research fellow writing on the scale-up of AIDS treatment as a model for global health delivery.
Dr. Kishore is founder of the Young Professionals - Chronic Disease Network (YP-CDN), an international association and movement of students and young professionals who are committed to bringing focused attention to improving policies and treatment of chronic diseases. During 2011-2012, he is a global health delivery fellow focusing on non-communicable diseases.
Fils-lien Ely Thélot
Dr. Thélot is a sociologist who left his post as lecturer at the University of Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, where he coordinated humanitarian community development projects in Haiti, to conduct a three-year postdoctoral study, “From AIDS to Cholera in Haiti: Sociology of Health in a Diseased Country.”
Dr. Wahl is a medical anthropologist who is studying the control of endemic hepatitis B among the Kandosi and Shapra of the Northern Peruvian Amazon. She is preparing a manuscript on this subject.
Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy
Fellows in the Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy are appointed in Harvard Medical School through the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine. This fellowship program is based in the HMS Minority Faculty Development Program.
Zinberg FellowsThe Zinberg Fellowship supports junior faculty who are working with the Programs in Global Health and Social Change.
Michael Westerhaus, 2011
As the first Zinberg Fellow, Dr. Westerhaus wrote an ethnography of the local and global influences on primary health care delivery in a rural district of northern Uganda, based upon two years of participant-observation as a clinician and program implementer at Amuru Peripheral Health Center.