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Atlantic Senior Fellows Kunle Adawale and Neus Falgàs together

Lifelong Fellowship

Overview

Becoming an Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health at GBHI doesn’t end on completion of the program. In fact, our fellows become part of a lifelong engaged community which extends and amplifies the impact of the fellowship. 

Beyond graduation, Atlantic Fellows return to local and other communities to implement lasting change. We expect fellows will be proactive in using knowledge, creativity, and resources of their communities—and the global community of Atlantic Fellows—to engage with target audiences and make great strides to reduce the scale and impact of dementia.

The Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health experience has been a joyful learning journey with access to a global community of like-minded people, new friendships all around, top notch science and awesome mentors that truly care.

— Tala Al-Rousan, Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health

We are committed to promoting and supporting this lifelong fellowship community, including in-person and remote programs and networking events, information resources, funding opportunities, monthly community calls, and opportunities for collaborative projects.

Atlantic Fellows are also members of a global community of seven global, interconnected Atlantic Fellows Programs, a network of global leaders who collaborate to advance equity, opportunity and human dignity.