The Wadsworth Center continues to partner with the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to train and prepare the next generation of scientists for careers in public health. Numerous public health laboratory programs are supported through these fellowships, including:

  • Bioinformati​cs​
  • Biorisk Management
  • Environmental Health
  • Food Safety
  • Infectious Disease
  • Informatics
  • Quality Management
  • Newborn Screening​

Wadsworth Center is currently hosting eight APHL/CDC fellows as part of the expanded 2022 program. In 2023, the fellowship application process will be updated to allow flexible start dates. To apply to become an APHL/CDC fellow at Wadsworth Center or learn more about the Public Health Laboratory Fellowship Program, visit APHL's Fellow Application Page or check out their Frequently Asked Questions.