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    Apply: CIDRZ Masters and Doctoral Fellowships

    Deadline: 8 July, 2020

    The Centre for Infectious Disease Research (CIDRZ) in Zambia in collaboration with the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trial Partnership calls for applications for the award of an MSc and a PhD by research from suitably qualified individuals.

    The CIDRZ is a non-governmental research organisation working in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Zambia, and supports work across 300 health facilities in the country. It is renowned for its work in HIV and TB prevention, care and treatment, as well as more recent work on vaccines and diarrhoea under its Enteric Disease and Vaccines Development Research Unit (EDVRU). The unit provides a platform for state-of-the-art technologies and research support environment (i.e. research methodology and analyses) which can be utilised effectively for vaccine discovery, and early development and testing of clinical products including vaccine evaluation.

    Benefits

    • Fellowships are funded

    Eligibility

    • Strong, two-paged summary of proposed research work to be undertaken during the MSc/PhD programme
    • Strong and current curriculum vitae
    • Strong recommendation letters from at least two academic and/or professional referees

    To apply and for more information, click here.

    Photo source: CIDRZ

    Oluwabunmi Aderibigbe
    Oluwabunmi Aderibigbehttp://www.developmentdairies.com
    Oluwabunmi Aderibigbe is a keen curator for Development Diaries. He has a BSc in Geography and Environmental Management at the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State and a master's degree in view at The African Regional Institute for Geospatial Information Science and Technology (AFRIGIST), Ile-Ife, Osun State. Oluwabunmi is a strong believer in the power of positive thinking, SDGs advocate and a Pan-Africanist.

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