Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Population Council Bixby Fellowship - for citizens of developing countries

Population Council Bixby Fellowship - for citizens of developing countries

Through a generous grant from the Fred H. Bixby Foundation, the Population Council has created the Bixby Fellowship Program to expand opportunities for recently trained social scientists and biomedical researchers in the health and population fields. Nineteen fellows have participated in the program since 2007, and applications are currently being sought for the 2012 competition.

Bixby fellowships allow citizens of developing countries to work with experienced mentors in the Council's international network of offices. Fellows work on projects in the Council's three program areas: Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, and Poverty, Gender and Youth.

The deadline for applications is 15 January, 2012. A description of the program and details about the application process are available on the Council's website at:

For more information, please contact the Fellowship Coordinator at: bixbyfellowship@popcouncil.org

Best regards,

Hannah Taboada

Fellowship Coordinator

Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program

Population Council

One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza

New York, NY 10017

Tel: 1-212-339-0602



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