Eck Institute Fellows

Eck Institute for Global Health | Oct. 28, 2013

Eck Institute for Global HealthNotre Dame's Eck Institute for Global Health endeavors to promote research, training, and service to advance health standards for all people.

The Eck Institute for Global Health has awarded seven Fellowships for the 2013-2014 academic year. Congratulations to Callan Driscoll, Quirine ten Bosch, and Victoria Smith who are all first time recipients. Renewing for this year are Lindsay Turnbull, Emily Williams, Nicholas Geraci, and Abigail Weaver.

The Institute has established a graduate student fellowship program to support students enrolled in the University of Notre Dame’s PhD program. Outstanding graduate students from across the University of Notre Dame and in association with the Indiana University School of Medicine – South Bend whose research is directed to questions that impact global health are eligible every year. The fellowship provides one year of financial support in the form of an annual stipend and health insurance during the student’s 3rd, 4th or 5th year. Students may renew their fellowship for an additional year, with two years being the maximum period of the fellowship. For more information contact the office or visit:

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