Please see the pages below to learn more about current and former student fellows and their work.
A collaboration between the Max Factor Family Foundation and the USC Institute for Global Health from 2013 to 2015, the Max Factor Family Foundation Public Health Practicum Fellowship sponsored students who were completing practicum internships with local health and community organizations in Los Angeles.
Part of an international collaboration between the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, Operation Smile and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, the annual Operation Smile Research Fellowship offers two scholars the opportunity to assist in researching the genetic and environmental factors in the etiology of oral clefts in children.
Part of an international collaboration between the USC Institute for Global Health and public health consulting firm John Snow, Inc, between 2014 and 2015, this fellowship was awarded to two USC public health scholars. The fellowship aimed to support student-driven implementation science projects with partner organizations/countries of their choice or placement within an organization by the selection committee.
Offered through the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health with funding from the Anderson family, this fellowship supports meaningful hands-on research experiences for USC students and enhance the recruitment of diverse students into research and practice careers in global health.
The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health’s Breman Global Health Immersion Fellowship is funded by a generous donation to deepen Keck School of Medicine global health students’ appreciation of health problems in developing countries. This grant fellowship supports students interested in international health and public service careers by funding clinical, field or laboratory research experience in…