The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are seeking degreed applicants who are interested in starting or furthering an exciting new career in laboratory science while working collaboratively with industry leaders and developing professional networks. The fellowship program is open to those who have completed at minimum their undergraduate degree. The duration of the fellowship is one year with the option to extend to a second year. Fellows will be placed with a mentor at one of our member laboratories once they have been matched via the application process. Fellows are placed at various member laboratories across the country with exposure to program areas such as newborn screening, infectious disease, food safety, environmental science, bioinformatics and more! The competitive benefit package includes a generous stipend, funding towards relocation assistance, professional development, and a separate allocation for medical benefit coverage.
Please see the flyer below for more details!