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What is the APHL-CDC Fellowship Program and why should you consider applying?

Photo collage featuring three women working as part of their APHL-CDC Fellowship.

The APHL-CDC Fellowship Program is an opportunity for post-bachelor’s, -master’s and -doctoral scientists to engage in focused public health laboratory training and to join a network of dedicated public health laboratory professionals. A plethora of laboratory fellowship opportunities await in the following programs:

Many fellowships are one-note; their opportunities are limited, their paths predetermined, and their results predictable. That’s where we come in. APHL provides public health laboratory fellowships with unparalleled opportunities. We believe in creating a sense of community, which is why we offer more than a fellowship program. We can give you a network where you can connect with dedicated professionals, all working together to protect the planet today from the public health threats of tomorrow. The experience is immeasurable, so we invite you hear more about the fellowship program experience in the following collection of stories and updates from past participants.​​​

In Their Own Words: Stories by Past Fellows About Their Fellowship Experience

Let Me Tell You: Testimonials from Former Fellows & Current Mentors

​Watch the following videos from former fellows and/or current mentors to learn more about what it’s like to participate in the program:

​​​​Focus on Fellows: A Fellowship Experience Compilation

For more information about our current class of fellows and their specific projects, read Focus on Fellows, our annual collection of fellow biographies, project summaries and other fellowship highlights:​​

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