Applications Open, CSTE Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship

Applications Open, CSTE Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship

Category : Alumni

What is APHIF? 

APHIF is a training program where recent graduates and early career professionals work in a state or local health agency under the guidance of two experienced mentors. Fellows are matched to a host site with demonstrated capacity to provide technical training, research opportunities, and opportunities for experience in the application of public health informatics in a practical setting.  

Who is eligible to apply?   

This fellowship is open to individuals who hold a master’s or doctoral degree from an accredited academic institution. Those who will graduate this summer are welcome to apply. As a training program, this fellowship is particularly appropriate for recent graduates and early career professionals. Applicants should have demonstrated knowledge or experience with public health informatics, data science, or a related field.  Fellows must be US citizens or permanent residents. Individuals requiring a visa are not eligible for this program. Fellows receive a stipend, professional development funds, and relocation support. Fellowship placements are limited term (12 months), full time roles.  

Applications will open on Friday, May 17th. All completed applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Successful candidates will start work at their placements before the end of this summer. The application is online: CSTE has posted this opportunity to Handshake. 

If you  have any questions, contact CSTE at aphif [at] cste [dot] org or 770-458-3811.

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