Uwe Brinkmann Memorial travel Award

Uwe Brinkmann Memorial Travel Award

The Uwe Brinkmann Memorial Travel Fellowship is awarded each year to an outstanding doctoral student conducting field research in international health epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. A renowned investigator of tropical diseases and a dedicated teacher who inspired doctoral students, Professor Brinkmann held appointments in three HSPH departments. He was a founding member of the multidisciplinary New Diseases Working Group. He died in June 1993 while conducting field research in Brazil.

The Fellowship will provide an award of $2,500 to support travel to a field research site, and will be awarded to a doctoral student whose work exemplifies the interests and values of Professor Brinkmann in seeking to bring together international health epidemiology, and infectious diseases. Applicants must provide proof of having successfully passed or scheduled their Oral Qualifying Examination.

Applicants should submit the following materials:

  1. A three to five page proposal that explains the planned research project, how the travel funds would be used, and how the research would further the fields of international health, epidemiology, and infectious diseases;
  2. A letter of recommendation from your academic advisor.

The above materials for the Brinkmann Memorial Fellowship should be submitted to Barbara Heil, Department of Global Health and Population, SPH I-1108, by date TBD.

Contributions to the Fund may be sent to the Office of the Dean, Harvard School of Public Health, 677 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.

Award Details:

Who is eligible to receive the Uwe Brinkmann Memorial Travel Award?
HSPH doctoral students conducting field research in international health epidemiology.

Who may submit an application?
HSPH doctoral students conducting field research in international health epidemiology.

When is the deadline for applications?