Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship, CSTE

Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship, CSTE

Category : Alumni

APHIF is a 2-year fellowship funded by CDC in which recent graduates and early career professionals work in a state or local health agency under the guidance of two experienced mentors. Fellows work in a full-time role and will work on informatics projects at their host site. Some of the top benefits of this program, according to former fellows, are the mentorship, connection with their peer cohort, and flexibility to take on a variety of projects and expand their skill set. 

This fellowship is open to individuals who hold a masters or doctoral degree from an accredited academic institution. Those who will graduate in spring 2023 are welcome to apply! As a training program, this fellowship is particularly appropriate for recent graduates and early career professionals interested in work at the state or local level. Fellows must be US citizens or permanent residents. Individuals requiring a visa are not eligible for this program. Fellows receive a stipend (listed below), professional development funds, and relocation support.   

·       $55,505.84 for master’s level fellows  

·       $70,905.90 for doctoral level fellows 

To apply, please click here . The application has been extended to February 20, 2023. Questions may be directed to aphif [at] cste [dot] org 


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