Sponsored by APHL Fellowship Programs
The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offer eight public health fellowship opportunities for recent graduates with a background in molecular biology, bioinformatics, public health, epidemiology, genetics, genomics, biostatistics, computer science, biology, or a related field. These programs include:
- Training and experience in public health laboratory science under an experienced mentor
- A competitive stipend
- Funds for required medical insurance
- Professional development allowance and opportunities
- Complimentary APHL Student Membership
- Complimentary registration to APHL’s annual conference
- A narrative statement
- Current resume/CV
- Three letters of recommendation
- Transcripts from all degree-granting institutions
- Program-specific supplemental question
- US citizenship or permanent residency
Admissions Process and Applications
- Applications must be submitted online by February 28, 2022
- Application review will begin after the deadline
- Applicants will be notified of their status by April 2022; finalists will be invited to a virtual interview
- Fellows will begin their assignments in Summer 2022 (flexible start date).
Fellowship program applications for 2022 are due by February 28, 2022. To learn more, please visit the fellowship website.
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