The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Emergency Response and Recovery Branch and Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health award a joint one year Public Health Fellowship for mid-career professionals from low- and middle-income countries affected by conflict. Past fellows have come to Emory from Kenya, South Sudan, and Uganda. Explore the profiles of our current and past fellows below.
CHE@Emory's fellowship program has been hosting fellows since 2010. Fellows go on to work for UN organizations, International NGOs, and in academia.
After working as a doctor in Egypt, I joined IOM to work on research of mental health in migratory and displaced populations.
After working as a doctor in Guinea, I joined CHE@Emory to work on research of sexual and reproductive health in emergency affected populations.