Infectious Diseases (EID) Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowship
Program and Post-Doctoral Laboratory Research Fellowship Program
The goal of these
Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Programs is to attract and prepare
laboratory scientists for careers in public health.
Learn more about
EIS program and NCID
Intelligence Service (EIS) Officers in NCID participate fully in a wide
range of scientific and public health activities, including epidemiologic
and laboratory studies, disease surveillance, public health policy development,
and epidemic investigations in the United States and throughout the world.
In addition, through professional publications and presentations, EIS
Officers are actively involved in disseminating scientific and public
The ASM/NCID Fellowship
is cosponsored by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) and NCID.
The goal of the fellowship
is to support the development of new approaches, methodologies and knowledge
in infectious disease prevention and control in areas within the public
health mission of the CDC. The fellowship allows one to perform research
in residence at the National Center for Infectious Diseases (NCID) which
is headquartered at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
in Atlanta, GA.
Eligible fields of
- bacterial and mycotic
- viral and rickettsial
- nosocomial infections
- vector-borne infectious
- sexually transmitted
- parasitic diseases
Learn more about the
program on the Postdoctoral
Research Associates Program in Infectious Diseases and Public Health Microbiology
page at the ASM site.*
Fellowship and other opportunities for minorities and women
The NCID Office of
Minority and Women's Health promotes a number of training opportunities
of special interest to racial and ethnic minority students, from the James
Ferguson Fellowship to the Public Health Summer Fellowship for Minority
Learn more about
these opportunities on the NCID Office
of Minority and Women's Health site.