It is the responsibility of incoming Takemi Fellows to secure funding for their fellowship year. Please consult the estimated costs information located here on our website. Boston is very expensive so we encourage you to take time to ensure you have sufficient funding to cover your year. Once accepted to the Program, we work with candidates to support their search for funding.
In the past, Fellows have had success approaching funding in the following way: 1) Employer: Funding for professional development/sabbatical year; 2) State/Government: Funding to conduct research and education abroad; and 3) Research Theme: Funding for your discipline or idea.
Many fellows have joined the Program on a Fulbright grant. PLEASE note that this requires submitting an application in the Fall one year before you would begin the fellowship. In some cases, we are able to conduct an early review of your application in order to provide a letter of support. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible to notify the team of your intentions.
- Fulbright Scholar Program (for non-US Scholars) *For deadlines, please use the drop down box in the “At a Glance” section here to contact your country’s Fulbright commission or the public affairs section of the U.S. embassy.
For a general list of funding opportunities, please see here.
For the Harvard managed funding cite, please see here.
For Harvard funding opportunities, please see here.
The NIH manages a large list of non-NIH opportunities for post-doctoral students and health professionals.
Below are select opportunities. Please consult each announcement for eligibility and timelines.
- Alan J Magill Fellowship * Application deadline February 1. Open only to ASTMH members who are citizens and legal residents of a low/low-middle income country as determined by the World Bank and WHO/Hinari. MD, MBBS, DDS, DVM or PhD-level degree.
- ABE Fellowship *Application deadline is normally Sept. 1 annually for the following academic year (Must be a citizen of the United States or Japan, or demonstrate strong and serious long-term affiliations with research communities in Japan or the United States.)
- David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Visiting Scholar Funding * February 1 for those engaged in research projects on any country in Latin America or the Caribbean
- Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice *Deadlines vary (from Fall through February) and are dependent on the country from which you are applying. Only for citizens of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and the United Kingdom.