The Institute on Urban Health Research and Practice at Northeastern University offers fellowship opportunities each year for doctoral and masters graduate students who are interested in urban health research.*
IUHRP fellows gain hands-on experience and contribute significantly to IUHRP’s ongoing research. Fellows learn about preparation of manuscripts for publication and exposed to grant writing processes. They also attend research seminars and benefit from mentoring with experienced researchers. Finally, fellows have the opportunity to connect with IUHRP’s vast network of local, national, and international experts on a variety of public health areas.
Typically Student Graduate Fellows receive tuition remission and stipends.
New opportunities will be posted, so please continue to check our website if you are interested in pursuing a fellowship with IUHRP. To inquire about fellowship availability, you may also contact:
Victor Cabada, Institute on Urban Health Research and Practice, 301 International Village, 360 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115 617.373.2022
*Please note that unfortunately IUHRP cannot give awards to students in the College of Professional Studies