To become a JPB Environmental Health Fellow, applicants must:
- Be early career junior faculty or research scientists by October 1, 2014 (preferably in their first appointment) at institutions across the United States.
- Be working or committed to research and scholarship on issues related to environmental health and social disparities in health with a particular focus on disadvantaged communities in the United States. Disciplines included are Epidemiology, Exposure Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Engineering and Physical and Biological Sciences.
- Be nominated by a Dean, Department Chair or Senior Faculty member from their institution—see instructions for application and nomination in the “To APPLY” section of the website.
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
- NOT already receiving substantial funding for early career training, such as through a K-award or similar non-NIH mechanism.
- NOT be a faculty member at the Harvard School of Public Health.
- HOLD a doctoral degree and have completed postdoctoral training
Please note: Alumni of the Harvard School of Public Health ARE eligible