Fellowship Program

The RePORT Advanced Career Training (ReACT) program is designed to support the career development of early-stage Brazilian investigators by; providing mentorship and funding for pilot projects which utilize data and specimens collected by the Regional Prospective Observational Research in TB – Brazil (RePORT-Brazil) network.

The ReACT program is a one-year program which provides talented early-career scientists with the opportunity to develop under the guidance of experienced investigators in the field of TB research. Each fellow is provided a mentorship committee, which is responsible for addressing career growth through; engagement with a scientific question, proposed by the fellow, and through guidance in scientific fundamentals such as analysis, scientific writing, and project management. Fellows follow individualized plans, which seek to address their desired academic and scientific goals, preparing them to take the next step in their careers, while introducing them to a consortium of colleagues who are engaged in international TB research.

The application period will open on October 15th, 2023, and run until 11:59pm Central Standard Time (-6 UTC), November 15th, 2023. Please check back in on October 15th for full details concerning the Call for Applications.