Summer Internship Program 2016
The Summer internship program is now open! Master and PhD students from around the world are invited to apply and use the possibility to develop advanced research skills, meet leading experts in the field and become a coauthor of a scientific paper.
“What’s great about this internship is that I get to do all of this cool research in a pretty cutting-edge area for public health,” Alex Krengel – Read more here.
We offer four different research directions for this summer:
- HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Behavioral Issues
- Size estimation among Key Population
- Health Expenditure Survey
- Maternal and Child Health Research
Deadline for application is March 7, 2016. Notification about selection will be sent within 10 days after the deadline.
Since 2002 CIF attracts interns from around the world, who are interested to have the first-hand experience in the real-life setting and to contribute to the research projects implemented by the organization.
Washington DC hosts workshop Immunization Costing: what have we learned, can we do better?
Awaiting the results of Prisoners’ Behavior Surveillance Survey (BSS)
Costs of routine immunization services in Moldova: Findings of a facility-based costing study
The Forbes and Skoll World Forum to discuss HIV/AIDS Epidemic with Director of CIF
Article on Springer-Determinants of Risky Sexual Behavior Among Injecting Drug Users in Georgia
Tobacco Use and Nicotine Dependence among Conflict-Affected Men in the Republic of Georgia
Curatio International Foundation revealed the winner of its annual scholarship program
Curatio International Foundation named Ana Kasradze as the winner of its annual scholarship program. Ana is the master's program student at the Tbilisi State University, Department of International Public Health.…
Impact of global HIV/AIDS initiatives on health systems in Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Georgia
Use of Multi-Method Rapid Evaluation to Assess Complex Non-Communicable Condition in Low Income Countries At Geneva Health Forum 2012 Curatio International Foundation presented a study preliminary findings which looks at…