Becas Pfizer para investigadores en salud pública

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Deadline: February 10, 2012 The Fellowship in Public Health is intended to support research that fosters academic science, knowledge of public health, and collaborative partnerships between accredited schools or programs of public health and federal, state, and local departments of public health. Institutions interested in this fellowship program must submit research proposals for programs or initiatives that involve chronic disease prevention (e.g., smoking cessation), healthcare costs (e.g., economic costs of counterfeit medicines), preventive medicine, and/or public health preparedness. Fellows Prospective fellows at the institution CANNOT apply directly for the award. A Fellow may assist the senior staff, division head or department chair at the institution in the development of the grant application A fellow supported by a Pfizer MAP fellowship must have the opportunity to carry out supervised biomedical or clinical research with the primary objective of preparing them for their respective discipline and subspecialty Upon receipt of the grant award, the Fellow selected by the Institution must meet the following criteria: • US citizen or foreign national with permanent US residence • Hold an advanced degree (i.e., MD, DO, NP, PharmD, etc.) • Be enrolled in fellowship program (Clinical award recipients) • Hold a non-tenured, junior faculty appointment (Research award recipients) For other opportunities see: