Detall de la convocatòria


Objectiu de la convocatòria
Innovative training, networking, and support to emerging leaders focused on improving brain health and reducing the impact of dementia in their local communities and on a global scale.
Característiques principals
As an Atlantic Fellow at GBHI, you will join the program for 12 months and be linked to either our University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) or Trinity College Dublin (Trinity) campus. You’ll engage in a broad base of content related to brain health, dementia, and health equity. Additionally, through observational and case-based learning you’ll gain insight into the lived experience of people with dementia in clinical and community-based settings, and engage in projects aimed at advancing brain health. Through intensive mentoring, you’ll be guided in the development of your projects, career, and leadership. You will have the opportunity to apply for competitively awarded funding for pilot projects and have ongoing opportunities to connect and collaborate with a network of researchers, clinicians, artists, and policy makers.
After your fellowship you will continue to have access to career-duration mentoring, funding opportunities, and an international network of colleagues collaborating to drive a common mission.
Lloc de presentació
El personal de la fundació IMIM i PSMAR que necessiteu més informació adreceu-vos a:
Reseach Grants and Contracts Office. C/ Doctor Aiguader, 88. 08003-Barcelona. Tel.: 93.316.04.00.
Carol Barnwell: Ext.1670
Marta López:, Ext.: 1576
Convocatòria (URL)
Applicants from all disciplines and professional backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Atlantic Fellows must have regional support and mentorship in the communities where they hope to have impact.
Please see full requirements in the GBHI website.
Through the program, all Fellows are provided with:
  • Full-time, residential program for 12 months at either the University of California, San Francisco (USA) or Trinity College Dublin (Ireland).
  • A living allowance during the course of their training.
  • One-to-one mentoring
  • Teaching on clinical/neurosciences; health economics; epidemiology; law, ethics and society; creativity, equity, and brain health; the social determinants of health; health policy; research analysis methods; leadership; and presentation and writing skills.
  • Observation and participation in clinical cases
  • Access to competitively awarded funds for pilot projects that could be completed in their home country upon completion of the fellowship
  • Access to a network of researchers, clinicians, and policy makers for career-length mentoring and communication
  • Durada
    The standard duration of the Fellowship is a 12-months.
  • Online application
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Statement of purpose
  • Two letters of support to demonstrate regional commitment to an applicant's success. At least one (1) letter of reference should be from a current employer, institution, organization or group you have engaged with previously.
  • Arxius

    Apply to the Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health Program.pdf