Fellows

Our department hosts the Humphrey Fellowship program. Additional international fellows are funded by the Foege, Fulbright, CDC, and King Abdullah programs. 

The 2016-2017 Humphrey Fellows.

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program

This program—developed by President Jimmy Carter in honor of former Vice President Hubert Humphrey—brings accomplished mid-career professionals from designated developing countries to the United States for one year of non-degree graduate study and practical professional experience.


King Abdullah Fellowship Program

The King Abdullah Fellowship Program (KAFP) is a joint effort of the Ministry of Health (MoH) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. 

Emory University Center for Humanitarian Emergencies Fellowship

The Emory University Center for Humanitarian Emergencies offers a one-year fellowship for mid-career professionals from low- and middle-income countries affected by conflict. This fellowship builds the capacity of non-US based responders in the event of complex humanitarian emergencies through training in epidemiology, rapid health assessment, surveillance, surveys, data analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and a collaborative operations research project. CHE fellows participate in the one-year accelerated MPH program and receive a certificate in humanitarian emergencies. Past fellows have gone on to work for UN organizations, International NGOs, and in academia.

Foege Fellowship Program

The Foege Fellowship Program was funded by the Gates Foundation to honor Dr. William H. Foege's vast contributions to global health. 

Fogarty Fellowships

Fogarty Fellowships provide interdisciplinary training and research opportunities in HIV/AIDS prevention science to exceptional investigators from Armenia, Mexico, The Republic of Georgia, Rwanda, Zambia, and Vietnam. Funded by the National Institutes of Health's Fogarty International Center, these fellowships provide researchers from participating countries with the training in research and program implementation necessary to make significant contributions to HIV/AIDS prevention upon their return home.