Global HIV Implementation Science Research Training Fellowship at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

Jun 12,2018 | Consortium_staff Fellowships

With support from the NIH (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases), ICAP has established the Global HIV Implementation Science Research Training Fellowship to prepare post-doctoral individuals for careers as independently funded researchers and for leadership in global HIV implementation research.

What does the Fellowship offer?

  • Mentoring and research support Fellows are matched with research mentors from a diverse pool of program faculty to advise them as they pursue domestic or international research projects related to HIV implementation science.
  • Training Assistance with grant writing and manuscript preparation, and didactic coursework in epidemiology and implementation science.
  • Stipend Fellows are supported for a maximum of two years and receive an annual stipend based on the current NIH funding level guidelines.
  • Training Allowance Fellows receive funds for health insurance, travel and training-related expenses.
  • Networking Opportunities for fellows to interact with HIV researchers and trainees from a variety of disciplines.


Recent doctoral graduates with a strong interest in HIV implementation science research who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents are invited to apply. Post-doctoral applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Doctoral degree (e.g. PhD, DrPH, MD)
  • A record of academic and professional excellence
  • Commitment to a career in HIV implementation science research
  • U.S. citizenship or permanent U.S. residency


There is an opening for one post-doctoral fellow beginning September 1, 2018. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. More information and application details can be found here.