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Multinational Capacity Building

We have several initiatives designed to build capacity in low- and middle-income countries, including:

  • Mentored research program for early career bioethics scholars from low- and middle-income countries
  • International workshops in health policy and research ethics for researchers, governmental officials, and IRB and Ethics Committee members
  • International workshops to support a network of young scholars in bioethics from low- and middle-income countries
  • Three month IRB training program that brings participants from resource poor settings to the NIH for training in ethics and IRB review
  • Joint NIH-University of Bergen Ph.D. program for candidates from low- and middle-income countries. Please contact the Department or Reidar Lie for more information [disclaimer] about this program
  • Of the fellowships that we offer, the two-year postdoctoral training program is open to both international and domestic participants. The post-baccalaureate training program is open only to domestic participants.
  • Short-term appointments for visiting scholars and researchers from around the world

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