Residents & Fellows
The Institute for Global Health offers a number of opportunities for residents and fellows employed by McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University. Learn more below or search our Affiliated Partners directory for a full list of opportunities.
- McGaw Global Health Clinical Scholars
Trainees can participate in a two-year competency-based global health program.
- HBNU Fogarty Global Health Training Program
This one-year fellowship in global health research training aims to generate a new cadre of global health scientists, educators and professionals who will be prepared to address the new challenges in global health.
- Post-Graduate Fellowship
This research program is for fellows in obstetrics and gynecology, surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics and family and community medicine.
- Department of Medicine International Medical Exchange Program
This program was established to foster external collaborations between the Department of Medicine and other leading academic institutions around the world.
The Global Health Initiative Fund supports global health education for Feinberg residents and fellows who display an interest in global health and working with underserved populations in resource-limited settings. All McGaw residents and fellows must get approval from McGaw and IGH. The application can be found on the McGaw website here. Once approval is granted, residents and fellows can apply for financial support from IGH. Visit the funding page for eligibility, approval requirements information and application information.