The scholarships will provide a maximum period of six months internship.
During this period, the successful interns will benefit from very close mentorship and supervision of senior research scientists.
Among the exposure likely to be experienced, interns stand to learn about modern approaches in scientific research, and gain first-hand experience from performing scientific procedures with the aid of varied sophisticated, analytical and diagnostic equipment.
Through this programme, the Consortium seeks to engage with enthusiastic, motivated young graduates who understand the place of health research in the development of Kenya.
Applicants should be willing to dedicate their time fully in field and laboratory conditions.
They need to be well versed in computer use, and will be expected to use the Internet often to source scientific information.
The successful interns must satisfy the following criteria:
Interested individuals are encouraged to apply by completing the Application form which can be obtained from the CNHR website www.cnhrkenya org.
Duly completed application forms should be submitted to:
By email: intern2008 [at] cnhrkenya.org
The Programme Officer
Consortium for National Health Research (CNHR)
P. O. Box 29832 - 00202, KNH
Applications must be received by end of working day. Wednesday 15th October.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.