Center for Equine Health (CEH) Fellowship
Graduate Support: Up to $32,000 one-year fellowship
This fellowship is directed towards full-time graduate students in a UC Davis PhD program. Although the Graduate Group in which the student is enrolled is not specified, the student’s research project must be directed at identifying, understanding, and mitigating disease in the horse.
Any full-time PhD graduate student is eligible to apply. This includes graduate students that have completed the DVM or are currently enrolled in the DVM/PhD dual degree program. The applicant’s dissertation research must have an equine focus.
Qualified applicants will submit during the annual call for GSSP proposals announced by the Office of Research and Graduate Education. Students can choose to target their application for consideration in the Center for Equine Health Fellowship by stating so on their application.
If selected, the Center for Equine Health Fellow will be required to remain in good standing in their graduate group for the duration of stipend support. A final report with updated results on the progress of the research fellow’s training and scientific findings is required in the last month of the Fellowship.