INF provides Short- and Medium-term fellowships for developing country researchers to attend international nutrition conferences, workshops or training courses, emphasizing both learning and networking by strategically identifying key professional development opportunities and by bringing a critical mass of scientists to participate at an international, regional or sub-regional level. Donors include: Kraft Foods, EMF, Unilever and PepsiCo.
What Fellows are Saying
The INF Short-term fellowship program is supported through grant funding from partnerships with corporate sponsors. Below is a list of these sponsors. If your company is interested in becoming a sponsor of the INF/Short term fellowship program, please visit our Corporate Partnerships page.
In 2011 INF received a grant from Pfizer Nutrition to fund our Short-term Fellowship program. So far, we've sent INF/Pfizer fellows to the following conferences:
The INF/Kraft Fellowships are short- and medium-term awards to developing country nationals. The short-term fellowships facilitate participation in international meetings, conferences, and workshops in the areas of nutrition and health, while medium-term fellowships allow for more extended training of emerging scientists in the areas of nutrition and food science, including internships at Kraft Foods in Chicago, IL.
Conferences attended by scientists who received short-term INF/Kraft Fellowships include:
The INF/Unilever Fellowships provide developing country nationals with short-term support, enabling them to participate in international meetings, conferences, and workshops in the areas of nutrition and health.
Conferences attended by INF/Unilever Fellows include: