The IOME database contains information about international programs for medical students, residents, and faculty
IOME provides information about which schools offer such programs, how they are funded, and where they take place. In many cases, individual schools provide further information about their programs on their own websites. Users can search IOME by the type of opportunity offered and by geographic region.
CUGH's aim is to make "the university a transforming force in global health through research, education, and service."
CUGH is dedicated to creating balance in resources and in the exchange of students and faculty between institutions in rich and poor countries, recognizing the importance of equal partnership between the academic institutions in developing nations and their resource-rich counterparts in the planning, implementation, management and impact evaluation of joint projects.
Compilation of international funding opportunities in biomedical and behavioral research. Categories include: pre-doctoral/graduate, post-doctoral, faculty, health professionals, institutions, and travel.
SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network) is a database produced by Infoed International, Inc. and contains comprehensive profiles of thousands of national and international funding opportunities from government and private sources.