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Visiting Fellowship for African researcher - applications open

John C Caldwell Endowment for Population, Health and Development
Visiting Fellowship for African Researcher

Due Date: 31 August 2015

This is an exciting opportunity for an African population health researcher to develop a collegial partnership with researchers at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) and the Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute (ADSRI) at The Australian National University (ANU).

In 2015-6 this program will support one African researcher (at any career stage) to undertake research for up to three months at the ANU. The Fellowship will fund travel, accommodation and living allowance. The researcher must be affiliated with an African research institute or university and have a PhD or equivalent.

A primary goal of this program to establish ongoing collaboration following the visit.

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Application process

The application should provide:

  1. A cover letter that includes the applicant’s name and area of research interest
  2. A Curriculum vitae
  3. A statement of the activities proposed to be conducted during the visit and expected outcomes
  4. A brief description of how the research interest reflects John C (Jack) Caldwell’s academic legacy and aligns with research at NCEPH and/or ADSRI
  5. A statement on how the visit will enhance longer-term collaboration between NCEPH and/or ADSRI and the Visiting Fellow’s institution

The proposal covering items 3, 4 and 5 should be no longer than three pages (total). Applications that include researchers and activities at both NCEPH and ADSRI are strongly encouraged.

Questions regarding the Fellowship can be directed to Dr Ann Larson at ann.larson@anu.edu.au.

Completed applications should be sent to louise.sims@anu.edu.au.
The subject line for the email should include: 'John C Caldwell Endowment Application'.

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