The Harvard Global Health Institute has announced the selection of the second annual Burke Global Health Fellows.

Joshua Salomon, associate professor of international health at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), has been awarded a fellowship to support original research. Three Harvard junior faculty members have been awarded fellowships to support innovative education: Daniel Shapiro, assistant professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School (HMS); Matthew Miller, associate professor of health policy and management at HSPH; and Kim Wilson, assistant professor of pediatrics at HMS and Children’s Hospital Boston.

The Fellowships are made possible through the support of Katherine States Burke ’79 and her husband, T. Robert Burke. The fund aims to launch and advance the careers of promising junior faculty in global health from across the University by providing support for innovative research and development of undergraduate courses and/or mentorship focused on global health.

For more on the fellows and their research.

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