The Takemi Program seeks applications for a limited number of fellowships for research and advanced training on critical issues of international health, especially those relating to developing countries. This interdisciplinary program focuses primarily on mobilizing, allocating, and managing scarce resources to improve health, and creating sound strategies for disease control and health promotion. To address these issues, the Program brings together at Harvard a small group of future leaders from around the world and from diverse disciplines. Through its fellowships for highly qualified individuals the Takemi Program seeks to contribute to institutional development and to improvement of national health policy as well as to the advancement of knowledge.
The Program is named for the late Dr. Taro Takemi, the distinguished physician-scientist, who served for more than 25 years as President of the Japan Medical Association. Dr. Takemi also worked energetically to encourage people from many nations to address common issues, particularly the development and allocation of resources for health improvement.
The Takemi Program has three major objectives:
If you are interested in applying, please visit our web site listed below for a downloadable application form, requirements, and additional information. The application deadline for September 2004 admission is Feb. 1, 2004.
You may email applications to: email@example.com or mail applications to:
Program Coordinator Takemi Program Harvard School of Public Health 1-1207 665 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115, USA
Takemi Program in International Health, Harvard School of Public Health 665 Huntington Avenue, Bldg. 1-1207, Boston, MA 02115 Ph:(617)432-0686 Fax:(617)432-1251E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andreas Heddini, MD, PhD Secretariat Coordinator Multilateral Initiative on Malaria Wenner-Gren Institute Stockholm University Svante Arrhenius v(B 16-18, 5th floor SE-106 91 Stockholm SWEDEN email: email@example.com tel: +46 8 16 10 95 fax: +46 8 15 73 56 mob: +46 70 281 84 54 web: www.mim.su.se