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2019

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Country Name BANGLADESH
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  2020

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1993

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8 (Advanced) 

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 2010

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16 (Advanced)

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 1998

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  2010

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2006

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Country Name SAUDI ARABIA
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 1989

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1 (Advanced)

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4 (Basic)

  2017

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  2017

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  2011

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Call for Applications for the Post-Graduate Fellowship
May 14, 2015

Advancing the science of health measurement through innovation, education, and collaboration About IHME The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent research center at the University of Washington. Its mission is to monitor global health conditions and health systems, as well as to evaluate interventions, initiatives, and reforms. It uses cutting-edge techniques to tackle some of the most difficult and most critical questions in global health and find answers that will become the foundation for better policies and, ultimately, better health. About the Post-Graduate Fellowship Program Post-Graduate Fellows (PGF) play a critical role in ongoing research projects that apply analytical approaches and quantitative methods to impact evaluations, health economics, Global Burden of Disease, and other projects within the health metrics field. Duties of each fellow are tailored to create a research experience that builds upon the core proficiencies from their doctoral training. Fellows work within teams to drive research forward from inception to publication while acquiring analytical skills and exploring new areas of investigation. Along with research opportunities, IHME provides training workshops to broaden fellows’ experience in effective writing for publication, grant writing, and statistical software programs. The PGF program also encourages fellows to engage in meaningful dialogue with the academic and policy communities by presenting research findings at global health conferences and participating in key meetings. This program focuses on defining research and professional development goals for future positions in academia, national health agencies, international organizations, and foundations. Qualifications of Successful applicants will have • a PhD or MD degree • proven quantitative and analytical skills • advanced research experience, especially with data analysis and statistical methods Application process Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Candidates are selected through a tiered process, and admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis. Learn more about the PGF program and IHME at: www.healthdata.org/