The Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP) is a 2-year applied training fellowship for professionals with a master’s or higher degree. Professionals are trained to apply principles of public health informatics to the practice of public health.
by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The fellowship is designed to recognize, assist and train students working on research or practice-based projects in either unintentional injury prevention or violence prevention from the perspective of health education or the behavioral sciences.
The fellowship seeks doctoral-level researchers (e.g., behavioral scientists, epidemiologists, social scientists, evaluators, economists, anthropologists, or MDs with research training and/or experience).
The fellowship program brings visiting scholars in health services research-related disciplines to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) in Hyattsville, Md. for a period of 13-24 months to conduct studies of interest to policymakers and the health services research community. Fellows have access to NCHS data resources for use in their proposed studies, and […]
The objective of the NCHS Postdoctoral Research Program is to provide opportunities for postdoctoral candidates to conduct research in areas including statistical theory, survey methodology, statistical computing, economics, demography, and social and behavioral science.
These one to two-year fellowships work to strengthen the relationship between the academic public health community and public health practice agencies by supporting MPH or Doctorate degree holders in full time positions at the CDC.