GINGER Fellows are at the heart of our work. From Addis Ababa to Cape Town, these early-career scientists are developing the skills they need to help drive a crucial expansion of research across the globe: stretching our knowledge and understanding of genetic diversity by rapidly expanding the pool of existing samples.
In 10 to 15 years from now, I see myself as one of the leaders in neuropsychiatric genetics on an African continent. And I see a vibrant neuropsychiatric research community growing in Uganda.
Meet the Fellows. They range from practicing clinical psychiatrists, post-doctoral students and junior faculty in neuroscience and genetics to current doctoral students. You can sort their bios by country or interest and find researchers to collaborate with, engage with or learn about.
Interested in connecting with a Fellow? Contact us here.