Website Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, University of Washington

12-WEEK INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR AMERICAN INDIAN, ALASKA NATIVE,
NATIVE HAWAIIAN, NATIVE NEPALI, AND OTHER INDIGENOUS PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL
STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREER SCHOLARS.
International Site Locations: Peru, Guatemala, Nepal
Trainees will have the chance to engage in training that is culturally
grounded in Indigenous theoretical and methodological health research
and will have access to Indigenous research mentors and role models to
help build their research skills and long-term career goals. LUNA Program
overview: http://bit.ly/luna-program
Eligibility:
This program is open to graduate level pre-doctoral and medical trainees and post-doctoral and early career
scholars (e.g., biomedical, behavioral, clinical or social sciences students with a health focus). For other eligibility
criteria, please go to http://bit.ly/luna-eligibility
Rolling Application Deadline:
Open October 18, 2021 – Closed November 30, 2021
Check Website For Updates
LUNA PROVIDES FUNDING
FOR TRAINEES
> International and domestic
airfare
> Travel
> Housing Stipend
> Tuition
INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM
Lighting Up Native Aspirations for Health Research Careers
Applications: http://iwri.org/luna Questions: lunaprogram@uw.edu
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
National Center of Excellence
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
LUNA is supported by funding from the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number 1T37MD014208-01.

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