Overview of Yale School of Public Health Summer Funding 2014
This fund is committed to strengthening research on breast cancer. Project must be in the area of breast cancer research with a Yale supervisor.
Special requirements: Transcript, Faculty Approval Form
Eduardo Braniff Fund
This fund finances a student summer project in Latin America with a preference for Mexico.
Maureen and Antoine Chiquet Fund for Global Health
The fund supports interdisciplinary global health teams that may include SPH students. (Apply through the Student Grants and Fellowship Database- www.studentgrants.yale.edu).
William Crawford Health Information Technology Fund
Creed/Patton/Steele Summer Internship Fund
Provides internship support for work on health disparities
David Dull Internship Fund
Award for global or domestic internships
Mark Greenwold Fund
Provides support for internships focused on tobacco control research and education.
Curtis D. Heaney Memorial Fund
This fund will finance two YSPH students whose summer internships are in the area of HIV/AIDS policy or research.
Global Health Initiative
Supports scholarly endeavors in the field of global health. (Apply through the Student Grants and Fellowship Database)
Nancy Hildreth Memorial Fellowship in Chronic Disease Epidemiology
Supports summer research in chronic disease epidemiology at Yale with a Yale preceptor.
Special requirements: Transcripts, Faculty Approval Form
Okvuran Fund for International Support
Funding for summer internships in the Middle East, with a strong preference for TURKEY
Overlook International Fund
This fund finances student summer projects in Latin America with a preference for Central America – in particular HONDURAS
Thomas Rubin and Nina Russell Global Health Fund
George Tolis Summer Internship Fund
Provides general internship support for a student in the joint BA-MPH program.
Ralph Skolnik Summer Internship Award
Award for a global internship for a BA-MPH student.
All candidates must demonstrate experience or interest in environmental epidemiology, environmental risk assessment or risk management, exhibit potential for exploring creative approaches to environmental epidemiology and environmental risk assessment and risk management, and achieve academic excellence. Interviews will be conducted in April. Special requirements: Faculty Approval Form
John D. Thompson Award
This award is designed to fund student research projects in health management and health policy in either international or domestic settings.
This fund is intended for MPH students who exemplify the Weinerman’s commitment to social justice. Selection will be based on dedication to social justice, equality and human rights, potential for contribution to the field of health services, awareness of community needs, interest in political and social action, academic excellence, research interest in the organization, financing or delivery of health services.
Laurence and Judith Weiss Resource Fund
This fund provides support for global or domestic summer internships.