The Centre for Global Health Research (CGHR – http://www.cghr.org/) is a non-profit and non-partisan organization associated with the University of Toronto and St Michael’s Hospital. CGHR’s mission is to lead high-quality public health research that advances global health for all, with particular attention to the world’s poorest populations.
The aim of the Million Death Study (MDS) Fellowship is to strengthen scientific research capacity among St. John’s faculty in public health in areas relevant to India. The Fellowship provides support for junior researchers to gain research experience using the vast amount of data available within the Million Death Study and to encourage our junior faculty in careers in public health.
The MDS is one of the largest studies of premature mortality in the world. The MDS is an ongoing study that is conducted in India, where the majority of deaths occur at home and without medical attention. In collaboration with the Registrar General of India, the MDS monitors nearly 14 million people in 2.4 million nationally representative households in India between 2001-2014. Any deaths that occur in these households during this period will be assigned a probable cause, as determined by a method called verbal autopsy.
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The following are required for submission of a complete application package.
Deadline for applications: open until filled.
CGHR thanks all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. CGHR has a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunity employer.