Through a competitive multi-stage process 14 new Fellowships have been awarded to junior faculty from institutions across the U.S. for the third cohort of the JPB Environmental Health Fellowship Program. These new Fellows will receive funding, mentoring and training in proposal development, research methods, leadership and communications. JPB EH Fellows are committed to finding solutions to address challenging environmental health inequities in under resourced communities and populations through interdisciplinary research and multiple perspectives.
Cohort II, 2018 – 2022
The Cohort II of the JPB EH Fellowship Program is comprised by 15 Fellows – 11 Faculty and 3 Agency Fellows. Together these young promising investigators are working across disciplines on research designed to address social and environmental health disparities that disproportionately impact vulnerable communities. These interdisciplinary collaborations among academia and Federal offices demonstrate a new dynamic and impactful way to implement science to complex social and environmental health challenges.
Cohort I, 2014 – 2018
The first cohort of JPB Environmental Health Fellows was comprised of nine assistant professors (Faculty Fellows) from academic institutions across the U.S and three research scientists from government agencies (Agency Fellows).