NAMBARI, the Moi-Brown Partnership for HIV Biostatistics Training, is pleased to announce fellowship opportunities for graduate training in biostatistics at Brown University. This newly formed partnership, funded by the Fogarty International Center at the US National Institutes of Health (D43TW010050), will build biostatistics capacity for HIV research at Moi University. The program is led by Principal Investigator Joseph Hogan, ScD, PhD, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Professor of Biostatistics, Mark Lurie, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the School of Public Health at Brown, and Ann Mwangi, PhD, Senior Lecturer from Moi University, Kenya.
The program is only open Kenyans who will work at Moi Univeristy in Eldoret upon completion of the training. Preference is given to current affiliates of Moi University.
Please contact program manager Eileen Caffrey Wright, at [email protected], with any questions and for further information.