Over the two years of their fellowship, fellows have the opportunity to pursue:
- The UT Masters of Public Health (MPH) with Global Health Concentration.
- Diploma in Tropical Medicine through the Baylor National School of Tropical Medicine.
- A dedicated Humanitarian Emergency/Disaster Certification course, such as the ICRC Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) course.
- The international portfolio currently includes programs in: India, Malawi, Honduras, and Central America in areas such as EM program development, curriculum design and training, humanitarian response and disaster management, and global EM research.
- Fellows will function as a teaching attending in the renowned BCM hospital system with protected time for global health fieldwork and projects.
- Competitive salary with full benefits, including health, dental, disability, and malpractice insurance.
- Seed grants available for research projects.
- Support for evacuation insurance, international travel, and housing at field sites.