CDC’s Division of Global HIV & TB is excited to open recruitment for the
Aristides Barbosa Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Global HIV & TB. The goal of this fellowship is to attract and support recent recipients of doctoral degrees to understand the underpinnings of interventional epidemiology and to prepare them for a career
operating at the intersection of science and practice in global public health.
Please share this announcement with your networks and interested applicants.
The selected participant(s) will have the opportunity to work at CDC, one of the world’s leading public health agencies, and will receive training from CDC mentors in developing and implementing research and programmatic projects that inform the development
of effective strategies and interventions to reduce morbidity, mortality, and disparities associated with HIV and TB in global settings.
DGHT encourages applications from individuals who are under-represented in the federal workforce. The qualified candidate must have received a doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields listed below. The doctoral degree must have been received within
the five (5) years preceding the appointment start date.
- Computer, Information, and Data Sciences
- Life, Health, and Medical Sciences
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
The application deadline is June 29, 2022 3:00 PM Eastern Time and the fellowship is scheduled to begin Fall 2022
for a two-year period, subject to the availability of funds. The fellowship is open to individuals who are U.S. citizens.
Click here to apply.
CDC and DGHT are committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion and believe that our scientific and programmatic activities are strengthened when these principles are applied. We strive to promote equitable employment opportunities and
strongly encourage applications from members of underrepresented and underserved groups and communities.
Please visit the
DGHT website for more information.
Hank Tomlinson, Ph.D.
Director, Division of Global HIV & TB
Center for Global Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention