APHL-CDC laboratory fellowship programs prepare scientists for impactful careers in public health laboratory science while working collaboratively with industry leaders and developing professional networks.
APHL and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) partner to offer a variety of laboratory fellowship programs to train and prepare scientists for careers in public health laboratories and support public health initiatives.
These experiential fellowship programs offer a competency-based core curriculum, while allowing fellows to gain a depth of understanding about a particular focus area. Fellowships range from one to two years, depending on the fellowship and funding availability.
What are APHL laboratory fellowships? Watch a short video to learn more about the fellowship experience.
Which fellowship is right for you? Review an outline of the programs, their application requirements and more.
What have past fellowship projects looked like? Learn more about the most recent cohort of fellowship projects, fellows’ backgrounds and future plans with Focus on Fellows.
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Log in to the submission portal by clicking on the log in button on the right side of this page, then enter your email address and password.
Create your online application. You will be required to select the program you are applying for.
During the entry period, your entry can be saved as a DRAFT until all the required information is completed and attachments are uploaded. As each section is complete, you will see it appear in the entry form tab when the application is saved.
On completion, save your entry as FINAL. Once it is submitted as FINAL, you will not be able to make further updates to your entry, so please ensure you read through your submission, check that all uploaded materials are correct, and your references have been submitted.
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