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APHL/CDC Fellowships

Masters and post-doctoral graduates - the 2019 application period has closed. Check back around December 2019 for the 2020 Program

APHL – CDC Antimicrobial Resistance Fellowship Program

This program is administered by the Association of Public Health Laboratories. The Bacteriology Lab’s Antimicrobial Resistance Lab serves as a host site.

The term is full time for 12 months, with the opportunity to extend contingent upon the availability of funding.

There are two tracks:

  • AR Lab
  • Drug Resistance Tuberculosis

Application and application information are through APHL 

Stipend:

  • Post-doctoral: US Health and Human Services’ Government Schedule 11 step 1
  • Post-masters: US Health and Human Services’ Government Schedule 9 step 1

Allowance for:

  • Individual (single) major medical insurance
  • Travel to host laboratory
  • Professional development
  • Training at CDC
  • Complimentary student membership to APHL

APHL – CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship Program

The Association of Public Health Laboratories and the CDC’s Office of Advanced Molecular Detection are sponsoring this program. The Bacteriology Lab’s Antimicrobial Resistance Lab serves as a host site.

The term is full time for 12 months, for post-masters and post-doctoral graduates.

Post-doctoral graduates may have the opportunity to extend contingent upon the availability of funding.

In addition to the project at the public health laboratory, the program includes distance based training and learning in select public health core competencies.

Application and application information are through APHL

Stipend:

  • Post-doctoral: $61,956 (2018)
  • Post-masters: $51,208 (2018)

Allowance for:

  • Medical insurance
  • Travel to host laboratory
  • Professional development
  • Complimentary student membership to APHL

Additional APHL – CDC Fellowships

Check back for information on new fellowships in the area of infectious disease, environmental health and newborn screening coming soon.