Medical, Veterinary, and Other Clinical Degree (MD/DO, DVM/VMD, DDS/DMD, etc.)
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|Topic||Description||Open To||Length/Salary||Application Period|
|Dental Public Health||CDC Dental Public Health Residency Program This formal training program produces skilled specialists in dental public health who can work collaboratively with their public health and dental colleagues to achieve improved oral health for populations.||Doctor of Dental Surgery or Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry and a Master of Public Health||2 Years, paid||August to September|
|Epidemiology||Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) EIS officers serve on the front lines of public health protecting Americans and the global community as “boots on the ground” epidemiologists. CDC’s EIS officers respond to outbreaks of diseases and urgent public health threats by identifying the cause, rapidly implementing control measures, and collecting evidence to recommend how to prevent similar events in the future.||Physicians, veterinarians, doctoral-level scientists, and allied healthcare professionals.||2 Years, paid||March to May|
|Medical Toxicology||*Emory/CDC Medical Toxicology Fellowship Hands-on training in public health, environmental health, and epidemiology, as well as clinical toxicology education. Fellows participate in international and domestic chemical-associated outbreak and public health investigations.||Medical graduates who have or are able to obtain a medical license to practice in the US and who have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited primary residency||2 Years, paid||July to October|
|Leadership||Future Leaders in Infections and Global Health Threats (FLIGHT) is a CDC leadership program that prepares participants, known as FLIGHT officers, to address global public health threats.||Physicians and veterinarians in the most recent graduating class of CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS)||3 Years, paid||September|
|Laboratory||Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program (LAMRP)external icon Comprehensive training in laboratory animal medicine.||Veterinary degree (DVM)||4 Years, paid||October to December|
|General Interest||ORISE CDC Research Opportunitiesexternal icon
Education experience to create expertise, information, and tools that people and communities need to protect their health.
|Undergraduates;graduate; post-master’s; doctoral; postdoctoral||Varies, paid||Varies|
|Preventive Medicine||Preventive Medicine Fellowship (PMR/F)
Fellows promote leadership, integrating knowledge and skills of medicine and other clinical professions with population health.
|Physicians who do not meet eligibility criteria for PMR and veterinarians or nurses with a Masters in Public Health or equivalent degree||1 Year or 2 Years, paid||July|
|Population Health Training in Place Program
Designed to strengthen the population health competencies of the public health workforce in the areas of program management and evaluation, policy development and analysis, and community health
|Physicians and doctoral-level full time staff at CDC and other institutions||1 Year||Mid-January to Late-February
To apply, send an email to email@example.com
|Research||Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in HIV Prevention for Communities of Color Mission is to recruit, mentor, and train investigators to conduct domestic HIV and AIDS prevention research in communities of color. Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to design, conduct, and evaluate scientifically sound, culturally appropriate, HIV and AIDS prevention research activities in communities of color.||Doctoral-level researchers, i.e., PhD, ScD, DrPH in behavioral sciences, social sciences, epidemiology, public health, or MD/MPH||2 Years, paid||September to October|
|Preventive Medicine||Preventive Medicine Residency (PMR/F) Fellows promote leadership, integrating knowledge and skills of medicine and other clinical professions with population health.||Physicians who meet criteria for 24-months of training with PMR||1 or 2 Years, paid||July|
*Denotes fellowships offered in partnership with CDC
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