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Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

February 07, 2013

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The Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program is intended to train scientists for careers in public health while supporting infectious disease research. Two different kinds of fellowships are offered: Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowships and Postdoctoral Laboratory Research Fellowships.

The Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowship is a one year program intended for bachelor’s or master’s level scientists. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of methods and technology.

The Postdoctoral Laboratory Research Fellowship is a two year program intended for doctoral level scientists. Emphasis is placed on research and professional development in the field of infectious disease.

Eligibility: Candidates for the Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowship must have received a bachelor’s or master’s level degree in biology, microbiology, biochemistry, virology, related scientific disciplines, or an accredited medical technologist program. Candidates for the Postdoctoral Laboratory Research Fellowship must have received a Ph.D, MD, DVM, or have completed all requirements for such a degree before entering the program. For either fellowship, applicants must be US citizens.

Deadline for the 2013 program: February 8, 2013

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