Graduates

Non African
Partners

Non-African Partner institutions in CARTA have a track record of working in equal partnerships with African institutions and research programmes, in collaboration with CARTA affiliated universities and research centers. They are committed to capacity development and research strengthening within African institutions and offer tremendous support to CARTA fellows during the course of their PhD programs. This assistance to CARTA in teaching and research comprises:

The University of Bergen (UiB) is an internationally recognised research university. Academic diversity and high quality are fundamental for us. UiB is the most cited university in Norway.There are seven faculties at UiB and there are a total of 16

Faculty at Umeå University sends facilitators to the CARTA training activities and faculty provides support in proposal developments.The university hosts CARTA fellows for courses and shorter placements. It provides reviewers and advisors for CARTA fellows.

The University of Warwick is a Northern Hemisphere partner in the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) and supports the building of public health capacity within Africa through supervision, training and teaching of PhD fellowships. The University of

The Sahlgrenska Academy sends facilitators to several of the CARTA training activities, in particular JAS 1, 4, and the Supervisor’s training, and a facilitator from the Sahlgrenska Academy currently leads the CARTA Graduate Workshop. The facultyalso provides support in selection

Brown University provides faculty mentoring for individual CARTA fellows, opportunities for short and longer-term scholarly visits (pre-doctoral and post-doctoral) to Brown University, and the chance to collaborate with Brown faculty and students on research.In June 2018 Brown will be co-convening,

Established in 2003 the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR) is a knowledge network promoting equity in health worldwide. We are a member-based, not-for-profit organization representing global health students, researchers and practitioners at institutions across Canada and in the

Swiss TPH currently represents the northern partners on the CARTA Board and participates in the JAS 1 and JAS 4 workshops, providing practical training on grant writing, grant management, international collaboration, and most recently, environmental health issues. Swiss TPH researchers