Robert E. Shope International Fellowship

The Fellowship provides $25,000 in support for international training opportunities in arbovirology and emerging diseases for those with an MD, DVM, PhD or the equivalent. Recipients inspired by Dr. Shope will involve themselves in studies of arbovirology and/ or emerging diseases from clinical to field to laboratory studies.This award provides support for a short-term research experience in the tropics in the area of arbovirology and/or emerging diseases

2017  

Amy Krystosik, Stanford University School of Medicine, United States
"Field test of Miniaturized Automated Whole Blood Cellular Analysis System to Assess Immunity to Arboviruses in Msambweni, Kenya"

Overseas location
Kenya
   
2016  
Kayla Barnes, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, United States
"Untangling the Genetic Diversity of Zika Virus"
 
Overseas location
Brazil
 
   
2015  
Claire Heath, Stanford University, United States
"Characterization of Immune Factors of Chronic Chikungunya Disease"

Overseas location
Haiti
   
2014  
No award given  
   
2013  
Jesse Waggoner, Stanford University, United States
"
Multiplex Arbovirus Detection in Febrile Patients"

Overseas location
Zimbabwe
   
2012  
Gillian Eastwood, Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health, United States
"
The Effect of Land-Use on the Distribution and Enzootic Cycling of Mosquito-borne Viruses"

Overseas location
Panama
   
2011  
Jonathan Auguste, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
"Isolation, molecular characterization and phylodynamic analysis of sylvatic mosquito-borne viruses in Trinidad and the wider Americas"

Overseas location
Trinidad

2010
Sarah Billeter, CDC, United States
Steven Hatch, University of Massachusetts, United States

2009
Andrew Haddow, University of Texas Medical Branch, United States
Sansanee Noisakran, Emory University, United States

2008
Desiree LaBeaud, Case Western Reserve University, United States

2007
Rebekah Kent, CDC, United States

2006
Christine Hice, University of New Mexico, United States