APHL and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) partner to offer a variety of laboratory fellowship programs to train and prepare scientists for careers in public health laboratories and support public health initiatives.
About the APHL-CDC Laboratory Fellowships
These experiential fellowship programs offer a competency-based
core curriculum, while allowing fellows to gain a depth of understanding about a particular focus area. Fellowships range from one to two years, depending on the fellowship and funding availability.
There are currently six APHL-CDC fellowship programs:
What Are APHL Laboratory Fellowships?
Watch a short video to learn more about the fellowship experience.
Fellows in Action
Read stories by and about our fellows and other young professionals on the
APHL Blog to learn more about their fellowships and what gets them excited about working in a public health laboratory.
Fellows are also heavily featured on APHL's
Facebook, and you can learn more about the journeys of our Antimicrobial Resistance fellows by following
#ARfellows on Instagram.
Meet the 2019-2020 Fellows
Open the tabs below to meet our current class of fellows and learn more about their specific projects.
For more information about these and past fellowship classes, read Focus on Fellows, our annual collection of Fellow biographies, project summaries and other fellowship highlights.