Applied Epidemiology Fellowship in Data Analysis, CDC

Applied Epidemiology Fellowship in Data Analysis, CDC

Category : Alumni

Description 

The CDC’s Malaria Branch is pleased to list an ORISE fellowship position which will focus in training and analysis of large malaria datasets for epidemiological estimates. Field surveys which have collected large amounts of data on individual, community-level, and ecological variables are of great value for determining the incidence and prevalence of malaria in a population. The ORISE position will involve the analysis of these large datasets which have been combined with data from laboratory assays. The fellow will focus on the multivariate and spatial components of these analyses, and will work to prepare manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals.    

 

Qualifications

Graduation in the previous five years with a degree in epidemiology, biostatistics, or equivalent. Candidates with experience in analysis of large datasets, spatial analysis, and scientific writing will be most competitive.

 

Appointment Period

  • 3/31/21 to 3/30/22 (dates unable to be modified)

 

Pay range

  • MPH: $56,292/annum
  • PhD/DrPH: $68,112/annum
  • Degree completion plus additional work experience has potential for salary negotiation.
  • Healthcare plans available.   

 

How to Apply 

Applications will consist of a CV and inclusion of a brief statement of why the applicant feels they would be a good choice for this position. Letters of recommendation are not required, but will also be accepted. Applications can be emailed directly to erogier [at] cdc [dot] gov and will be accepted starting April 1st. This ORISE position is seeking to be filled as soon as possible.   


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