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Fleming fellowships develop skills, provide mentorship and offer opportunities for peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and learning. Each fellow is supported with the capability and network to solve problems and lead efforts to track and address antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
These fellowships offer mentorship to scientists, researchers and clinicians working in AMR surveillance in beneficiary institutions across One Health sectors. The fellows are paired with world class academic and research institutions for 18-24 months of training and mentoring in AMR. Fellows conduct collaborative projects and contribute to an evidence to encourage AMR policy changes.
Fellowships are delivered by Mott MacDonald in collaboration with nominated Fleming Fund host institutions.
- Eligibility - Fellowships are offered in countries where the Fleming Fund has country grants and are restricted to employees of key beneficiary institutions as selected by the national government
- Number of Fellows - 4-8 fellows per participating country, for a global cohort of up to 192 fellows
- Duration of Fellowship - 18-24 months, part time, completed alongside a fellow’s ordinary employment
- Applications - open competition for individuals from beneficiary institutions