Fellowship Opportunities in HIV Research at Yale School of Public Health

Fellows at Yale receive support from an established NIMH-funded HIV research center, and work actively with a team of mentors from among the Center’s primary training faculty. 

Our two fellowship programs focus on:

• Creation of professional identity in preparation for an academic career

• Establishment of a program of research, set expectations for scholarly research productivity

• Support to write articles for publication and prepare extramural grant applications

• Training in research methods and ethics

• Participation in CIRA and other Yale HIV-related seminars and colloquia

• Community-based implementation science research to reduce and prevent HIV

Yale – AIDS Prevention Training Program (Y-APT)

•  Full time, 2-year academic year T32 Post-Doctoral fellowship program

• Research preceptorship and collaboration in ongoing research projects with leading HIV scholars at Yale

Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS)

• Two consecutive four-week Summer Institutes on the Yale campus, with online monthly meetings throughout the year 

• Open to current post-doctoral researchers or early-career faculty

• Focus on scholars who are underrepresented in the field of HIV research

• Eligible for up to $20,000 in pilot project funding

Application and Further Information: cira.yale.edu/fellowships

Review of Applications for both programs will begin on January 15, 2019.