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email_03CDC Fellowships and Training Opportunities

The Fellowship Programs newsletter provides up-to date information about CDC fellowships, internships, and learning opportunities. The newsletter will keep fellows, host organizations, and the public health workforce informed about activities, including fellow and host site application opening and closing dates, training opportunities, and other events.


email_03CDC Learning Connection

Stay informed about quality trainings from CDC, other federal agencies, and federally funded partners with CDC Learning Connection. Each month, you will receive a newsletter with featured trainings and training-related resources. Many trainings offer free continuing education (CE).


email_03E-Learning Fellowship

The CDC E-learning Institute (ELI) is designed to cultivate skills of public health training professionals with limited experience designing or developing e-learning products.


email_03Laboratory Outreach Communication System (LOCS)

The Laboratory Outreach Communication System (LOCS) provides laboratories and point-of-care sites with COVID-19 testing information and other resources to support emergency preparedness and response.


email_03Laboratory Systems

The Laboratory Systems newsletter is a monthly summary of events, products, and other resources subscribers can use to connect with the division and benefit from our work.


email_03Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)

Get the latest reports delivered to your inbox from the “Voice of CDC” MMWR, CDC’s primary vehicle for scientific publication, public health information, and recommendation


email_03National Neurological Conditions Surveillance System (NNCSS)

As part of the 21st Century Cures Act, Congress authorized CDC to initiate development of a National Neurological Conditions Surveillance System (NNCSS). NNCSS will collect and synthesize data to help increase understanding of neurological disorders and to support further neurologic research.


email_03National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP)

This monthly newsletter communicates progress about the National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP) and BioSense Platform. The NSSP is a collaboration among CDC, federal partners, local and state health departments, and academic and private sector partners. They collect, analyze, and share electronic health data to detect events that need further public health investigation. Syndromic data are being used to improve situational awareness and to protect the public's health.


email_03Public Health Surveillance & Data Improvements

This monthly newsletter communicates progress about the National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP) and BioSense Platform. The NSSP is a collaboration among CDC, federal partners, local and state health departments, and academic and private sector partners. They collect, analyze, and share electronic health data to detect events that need further public health investigation. Syndromic data are being used to improve situational awareness and to protect the public's health.


email_03STEM at CDC

Learn how public health brings together science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)—with other subjects like social studies, civics, language arts, physical education and health, and sociology to contribute to creating a healthier world. CDC has a variety of public health STEM activities, resources, and so much more for students, teachers, and professionals.

Page last reviewed: March 2, 2021