John & Martha Mabie Fellowship for Public Health Research
The John & Martha Mabie Public Health Research Fellowship is designed to create research opportunities for Northwestern students. Applicants may design research projects for implementation abroad or in the US.
Awards are based on quality of the research proposal, relevant previous experience, and academic merit. We look for strong, well-prepared, and creative projects. The award amount range is up to $4,000.
The John & Martha Mabie Fellowship is open to all degree-seeking Northwestern undergraduate students who are enrolled at the university at the time of the fellowship. The fellowship cannot be used after graduation from Northwestern.
Awardees also must complete Global Health course Qualitative Research Methods OR submit proof of comparable classwork before the project begins.
The 2019 application deadline is Friday, March 15, 2019.
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- Hollyn Cetrone, "Maternal Mental Health in Tanzania"
- Casey Benzaken and Hayley Platt, "Adherence to PrEP Medication Regimen Among DREAMS Participants in Kisumu, Kenya"
- Julia Shenkman, "Redefining Medical Tourism: Understanding Motivations to Travel for Healthcare in El Paso"
- Nadalyn Bangura, "The Memorialization of Ebola in Post-Outbreak Sierra Leone"
- Brian Cheng, "Investigating the Global Provision of Palliative Care Among Children with Cancer"
- Marisa DiPaolo, Azalea Lopez, Ashleigh MacLean, Annie Oler, Sydni White, and Rui Zhou, "Maternal Health in the 20th Century: Historical Research in London's Welcome Library"
- Julia Yeam and Tracy Guo, "SNAP: Singida Nutritional Agro-Ecological Project & HWISE: Household Water Insecurity Experiences"
- Alejandra Diaz, "Global Brigades in Panama"
- Archit Baskaran, "Finding Peace at the End of Life: A Study on LGBTQ Health Disparities in Hospice Care (Kathmandu, Nepal)"
- Jason Chen, "Volunteering at Genesis in Port Shepstone, South Africa"
- Allison Park, "Asset Mapping of the Non-Profit Health System in the Tenderloin, San Francisco"
- Carol Feng, Marilyn Janisch, Neil Thivalapill, and Victoria Zapater-Charrette (GlobeMed), "An Ethnographic Examination of Cultural Perceptions of Malaria and Efficacy of Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets in Namugoga, Uganda"
- Neha Reddy, Rafa Ifthikar, and Amanda Blazek (GlobeMed), "Examining the Obstacles that Girls Face to Attending and Completing School in Namugoga, Uganda"
- Rebekah Williams and Kaitlin Hansen, "South Africa National HIV Policy Shift: A Case Study of Legacy Centre in Kayamandi to Analyze Effects on Civil Society"
- Roshni Bhatnagar, Marie Donaldson, and Saya Jacob, "Chagas Education in Rural Bolivia: A Study on Teaching Methods"
- Nouha Boundaoui, "The Perception of Hypertension Among Algerian Women"
- Emily Smith, "Healthcare Access for Lesbians and Bisexuals in Cape Town, South Africa"
- Danielle Westenberg, "Tuberculosis Education and Prevention Among the Hmong Population of Brown County, WI"
- Kerianne Fullin and Deepa Ramadurai, "A Community Assessment of Maternal Health in Rural Ghana"
- Chris Miller, "Public Health Awareness through Academic Arts Engagement in Chicago, IL"
- David Lender, "Spanish Speakers' Understanding, Behavior, and Use of Prescription Medicine when Confronted with the Language Barrier in Chicago, IL"