CSTE Applied Public Health Informatices Fellowship Reopening

CSTE Applied Public Health Informatices Fellowship Reopening

Category : Alumni

We are re-opening applications for fellowship positions that start this summer. This is an exciting opportunity for recent master’s or Doctoral graduates looking to kick start their career in public health informatics. APHIF is a 2-year program where fellows 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, mentorship, and opportunities for experience in the application of public health informatics in a practical setting. 

More information about the Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship is available on our website, but see below for key details. 

Eligibility: Candidates must be US citizens and should hold a degree in informatics, biostatistics, data science, or a similar discipline. Candidates who will receive their degrees in August 2022 are eligible.  

Relocation: Fellows are matched to one host site for the duration of their fellowship. These host sites have applied through a competitive process and detailed information about the agency, learning opportunities, and projects are available on our website. These 24 sites are the only sites that are available this year and fellows will generally be expected to relocate. Sites have different WFH/in-person work expectations.  

Compensation: Fellows receive a stipend (masters: $49,500; doctoral: $64,900), reimbursement for insurance premiums, professional development funds, and relocation support. 

Application: To be considered for this opportunity, interested individuals should apply online no later than 11:59 PM eastern time on June 17th: https://webportalapp.com/sp/home/cste_aphifapplication 

For questions, please email Bernadette Aylward (email: baylward [at] cste [dot] org)!

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