The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship program is establishing a 2-year fellowship track focusing on mathematical modeling and advanced analytics. The goals of the fellowship are to train future modeling and analytic leaders in applied public health, to integrate analytic expertise within CDC programs, and to enable growth of advanced analytical expertise across CDC. This fellowship would be ideal for individuals with terminal degrees in mathematical and analytical fields (including mathematical modeling, statistics, data science, computer science, machine learning, ecology, quantitative epidemiology, engineering and operations research, and bioinformatics), who wish to gain valuable work experience in an applied public health setting.
This session will describe the objectives of the fellowship, characteristics of desired applicants, potential host programs, the application/selection process, and salaries/benefits, leaving time for Q&A.
Participants from CDC include:
Dr. Matthew Biggerstaff
Dr. Michael Johansson
Dr. Rachel Slayton
Dr. Adam Skelton
Date/time: Tuesday December 1, 2020, 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time (USA)