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Global Health at Berkeley

UC Berkeley Postdoctoral Global Health Fellowship

The objective of the Frameworks Postdoctoral Fellowship at UC Berkeley is for PhD and MD postdoctoral fellows to gain experience in global health research, with a focus on drug-resistant infections. The program will support researchers at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco, working in collaboration with research institutions in Brazil, India, South Africa, and possibly other countries. These nations represent emerging economies, where the problem of drug resistant infections has become a major public and clinical health concern.

The training program has two tracks—one designed to train postdoctoral fellows in disciplines that are not traditionally represented in global health (e.g. chemistry, bioengineering, bioinformatics, genomics, mathematics), and another designed to cross-train postdoctoral fellows in medicine and public health with those in social sciences and economics, both of whom may be involved in global health and development research.



The UC Berkeley Framework postdoctoral program is administered by:
Wheeler Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (CEND)