Global Health Fellowship (for post-baccalaureate engineers)
Rice University, Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies
Location: Houston, Texas
Type: Full Time
Years of Experience:
Less than 2
4 Year Degree
The Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies (Rice360) Global Health Fellowship is a one year post-baccalaureate fellowship for exceptional early-career engineers with an interest in medical technology for low-resource settings.
Work as part of a team of passionate, talented young engineers interested in careers at the intersection of technology development and global health.
Develop, refine, and evaluate low-cost, high performance health technologies for low-resource settings.
Work closely with engineering visionaries: AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador Dr. Maria Oden, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow, Dr. Rebecca Richards-Kortum.
Fellows will receive a salary and full benefits package. Funding for technology development and possible international travel. Fellows may have the opportunity to extend their fellowship up to 2 years.
Eligibility: The fellowship is open to graduating seniors and recent graduates who have received an engineering bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Recent graduates may have up to 3 years of experience or a masters degree and up to 1 year experience. Candidates must demonstrate a prior interest in global health technology development.
Application Details: A complete application submission should include:
A copy of your completed application form along with your personal statement
About Rice University, Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies
The Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies (Rice360), at Rice University, through its innovative research and education programs develops highly effective, low-cost technology solutions that address critical healthcare challenges in low-resource communities, as well as a cadre of future leaders to continue to innovate and implement solutions.