The David N. Pincus Global Health Fellowship is a premier program in the Global Health Department at CHOP. It extends our leading healthcare and educational impact beyond the borders of the United States and into global partner communities.
Established in 2008 by a generous gift of David N. Pincus, the Fellowship is designed to attract the best and brightest pediatricians motivated in global health early in their careers. Applicants should be looking to join an intense and exciting two-year academic fellowship working at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and primarily in one of our partner countries: the Dominican Republic or Botswana/South Africa.
Pincus Fellows will have clinical, educational and research opportunities throughout the two-year Fellowship and will be supported by Children’s Hospital Global Health faculty. The Fellowship actively collaborates with the Columbia University International Family AIDS Program, Rainbow Sparrow Village, the Botswana-UPenn Partnership and the Centro de Salud Divina Providencia.
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