The CTEGD Training Innovations in Parasitologic Studies (TIPS) Fellowships
 
The CTEGD/TIPS Fellowship program is funded by CTEGD to provide international research training opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral trainees associated with CTEGD laboratories, and research training opportunities at UGA for advanced international trainees associated with CTEGD overseas research programs.  Awarded through a competitive process, UGA CTEGD/TIPS Fellows are expected to pursue research in international laboratories for periods of approximately 6 weeks to 3 months, and likewise CTEGD/TIPS Fellows should come to UGA to study in CTEGD laboratories for similar periods of time.  More...            

NIH-funded Pre-doctoral and Post-doctoral Positions Available in Interdisciplinary Parasitology, Vector Biology, and Emerging Diseases

The Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases at the University of Georgia has positions available on a newly funded NIH T32 Training Grant for Graduate Students and Post-doctoral Fellows interested in training in a collegial, highly interactive training program in interdisciplinary areas of parasitology, vector biology, and emerging infections. CTEGD is comprised of 15 faculty members active in the areas of genetic, bioinformatics, molecular, biochemical, and cell biologic and immunologic aspects of parasites or host/parasite relationships. The research systems available for study include malaria, cryptosporidiosis, cyclosporiasis, American and African trypanosomiasis, leishmaniasis, and toxoplasmosis, Ichthyophthiius multifilis (Ich) of fish, parasitic insects, schistosomiasis, cysticercosis, lymphatic filariasis, ecology of infectious diseases, and culicine, anopheline and ixodid vectors. More,,,

 KEMRI/JKUAT/ITROMID/UGA Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Training Program

The UGA/ITROMID training program is a joint effort of 3 institutions, set up to provide opportunities to highly selected ITROMID students who will train with KEMRI, JKUAT and University of Georgia (UGA) trainers, and receive their Ph.D. degrees through the ITROMID program. This funding support is provided through a D43 Training Grant mechanism from the Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health of the United States of America. Both predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees will be selected through a competitive process. All appointments will be on an annual basis contingent upon continued funding and satisfactory performance. In addition, this program will support highly qualified, junior scientists who have recently received their Ph.D. degrees. More ...