Medical Students and Residents (MD/DO, DVM/VMD, DDS/DMD, etc.)
Interested in Public Health?
We have a variety of hands-on, short-term internship programs for medical students and residents. All offer a unique experience in one of many public health fields.
|Topic||Description||Open To||Length/Salary||Application Period|
|Pharmacy||*CDC Pharmacy Student Experiential Program
Fellows are assigned to programs across CDC, specifically, Drug Services, Regulatory Affairs, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Division of Bacterial Diseases-Respiratory Diseases, Division of Emergency Operations to address a wide variety of public health issues.
|Pharmacy students (Pharmacy-PY4)||4-6 Weeks, unpaid||For additional information, please send an email to: email@example.com|
CDC-Hubert Global Health Fellowship
Hands-on experience in global applied epidemiology while working on a priority health problem in a developing country.
|3rd and 4th Year medical and veterinary students||6-12 Weeks, paid||January to February|
Epidemiology Elective Programs for Senior Medical and Veterinary Students
Hands on experience working with CDC epidemiologists with an introduction to preventive medicine, public health, and the principles of applied epidemiology to solve real-world problems.
|4th Year medical and veterinary students||6-8 Weeks, unpaid||Fall: January to February; Spring: March to April|
|General Interest||*HACU National Internship Program (HNIP)
Provides direct experience matched to majors and career goals in a diverse array of careers in the federal sector.
|Enrollment in a degree-seeking program (BA/BS, Masters, JD, MD, or Ph.D.) and recent graduates||10-15 Weeks, paid||Spring: September to October; Summer: September to October/February; Fall: January to June|
|Infectious Diseases||James A Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship
Opportunities for students interested in participating in infectious diseases and health disparities research. Ferguson Fellows are encouraged to submit their research to national meetings and for publication.
|Students in doctoral programs in pharmacy, veterinary medicine, dentistry, medicine, and Master of Public Health (target students of underrepresented populations)||9 Weeks summer, paid||November to January|
|General Interest||*Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (JRCOSTEP)
An opportunity for students to work in the same federal programs as active duty Commissioned Corps officers while completing a health-related education.
|Undergraduates who have completed 2 years study in baccalaureate degree program or at least 1 year of study in a master’s or doctoral program
Note: enrollment must be in certain professional disciplines
|31-120 Days, paid||September to November|
Occupational Medicine Rotation
Through on-site investigations, medical evaluations, exposure assessments, students get the opportunity to evaluate workplace health hazards, talk with employees and employers, and gain new knowledge first hand.
|Medical residents of any specialty||4 Weeks, unpaid resident/program bears costs of travel to/from Cincinnati where NIOSH offices are based and the cost of housing in Cincinnati; NIOSH will pay for any site visit related travel costs.||Rolling admission|
|Laboratory||ORISE CDC Research Opportunities
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|
|Laboratory||Satcher Health Leadership Institute Health Policy Fellowship Program
Physicians and postdoctoral professionals gain the specific knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare them for leadership roles promoting and implementing policies and practices to reduce disparities and advance health equity.
|Prior to the start of the fellowship program, applicants must have received a doctoral degree or medical degree with completed residency training.||10 months, paid||December to January|
|General Interest||*Senior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (SRCOSTEP)
Those selected for the program will become Commissioned officers in the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) and receive full pay and benefits of an active duty officer. In return for financial assistance, SRCOSTEP participants agree to work for the USPHS sponsoring agency as a Commissioned Corps officer immediately after graduation. The service obligation is equal to twice the time sponsored.
|Full-time students about to begin their final year of academic study or professional training||Up to 12 Months, paid||September to November|
*Denotes fellowship offered in partnership with CDC
- Page last reviewed: March 17, 2017
- Page last updated: March 17, 2017
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