Academic Components

  • Master's degree by distance learning from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in Infectious Disease, Public Health, or Global Health Policy
  • ICRC Humanitarian Emergencies in Large Populations Course at Johns Hopkin
  • Various options for Tropical Medicine Diploma if desired by the fellow

International Field Components

  • Partnership with OneWorld Health (formerly Palmetto Medical Initiative) for program development and research collaboration with Masindi-Kitara Medical Center in Masindi, Uganda 
  • Fellows will have the opportunity to work with a variety of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to develop their own interests into a sustainable project 

Clinical and Research Components

  • 800 clinical hours as attending physician in the Palmetto Health Richland Emergency Department
  • Fellow will complete one research project over the two years of publication quality.  Collaboration and research mentorship with local colleagues at field sites highly encouraged.