Visiting Scholars and Fellows

Each year, a number of distinguished scholars and practitioners spend a semester or more at Harvard University as Visiting Scholars or Fellows, immersed in personal or collaborative research, writing and other professional projects. Over 22 Brazilian scholars and practitioners are currently based at Harvard through a variety of visiting positions. Together they constitute a robust community of leading thinkers with strong ties to and interests in Brazil.

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - Lemann Foundation Cardiovascular Research Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Lemann Foundation Cardiovascular Research Postdoctoral Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is accepting applications for the 2017 cycle. The fellowship supports full-time training in cardiovascular research for physicians or medical scientists who have a commitment from their home institution and convincing possibilities for developing a research career upon return to Brazil. The Fellowship will be managed and administered by the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

The amount of the award will be commensurate with the postdoctoral training scale of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, in accordance with Brigham and Women's Hospital policy. Access current salary levels. The Fellows will be provided with a benefit package from Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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Brazilian Visiting Scholars and Fellows at Harvard:
2017-2018
2016-2017
2015-2016

Visiting Opportunities at Harvard:
The following is a partial list of visiting programs across Harvard University that highlights some of the many visiting opportunities of potential interest to Brazilian faculty, doctoral and post-doctoral students, and practitioners. To request the inclusion of visiting opportunities at Harvard not highlighted below, please e-mail brazil_office@harvard.edu.

Various Fields

Architecture and Design

Environment and Science

Health Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences

Journalism

Law

Politics