Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship - Graduates - CSTE

Updated: 3 months ago
Location: Post Falls, IDAHO
Deadline: 27 Feb 2022

Description:

The Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship (APHIF) is an opportunity to build informatics, data science, and laboratory capacity at state and local health departments while training recent masters or doctoral graduates in applied public health practice. The goals of the 2-year fellowship program are to provide a high-quality training experience and for fellows to explore career opportunities at state and local health departments. CSTE has previously supported several classes of informatics fellows and is excited to be reviving this program, this time in close connection with CSTE’s Data Science Team Training program . Sites participating in DSTT will be given priority when applying to host an applied public health informatics fellow, and fellows will contribute to DSTT projects & activities.

APHIF is a 2-year program where recent graduates and early career professionals work in a state or local health agency under the guidance of two experienced mentors. Fellows are matched to a host site with demonstrated capacity to provide technical training, research opportunities, and opportunities for experience in the application of public health informatics in a practical setting.

Who is eligible to apply?

Fellows must hold a masters or doctoral degree from an accredited academic institution. Current students who will complete their degrees by summer 2022 are welcome to apply. As a training program, this fellowship is particularly appropriate for recent graduates and early career professionals. Applicants should have demonstrated knowledge and experience with public health informatics, data science, or a related field. These could be academic or professional experience, such as courses taken, research projects, or internships.

 Fellows must be US citizens. Individuals requiring a visa or who have permanent residency status are not eligible for this program. 

Fellows receive a stipend, reimbursement for insurance premiums, professional development funds, and relocation support.  

  • Master’s level: $49,500
  • Doctoral: $64,900
  • Insurance
    • up to $370/month for insurance premium
  • Professional development funds
  • Relocation
Additional Details:

Skills/Eligibility:

  • Masters or doctoral graduate
  • Qualifying degree must be from an accredited academic institution
  • Ideal candidates will hold a degree or certificate in one of the following:
    • Public health informatics or other health related informatics discipline
    • Epidemiology
    • Statistics
    • Computer science, information science, information systems
    • Public health, medicine, nursing, health care, health policy, health-services research
  • Academic or professional experience with public health informatics, data science, or a related field
  • Desire to pursue a long term career at the state or local level
  • United States citizen or Permanent residency

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