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Yale/Stanford Global Health Scholars Program

The Yale/Stanford Global Health Scholars Program annually selects up to 40 physicians during their residencies and career physicians for six-week rotations at one of our mentored partnership sites outside the US. Rotations are largely directed at clinical experiences, service and teaching, as opposed to research.

2021-22 is the twentieth and final year of J&J support for this Program. Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars receive, upon completion of the rotation, a travel award ranging from $3,000 - $3,500 based on their site assignment. This financial support serves as partial reimbursement for travel and living expenses incurred during the rotation. All Scholars are required to participate in program evaluation upon completion of the rotation. Going forward, Yale Departments and Stanford’s Center for Global Health will support the costs of their successful applicants, and other institutions’ applicants will cover their costs and an administrative fee.