PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program


The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, is a CDC-funded fellowship that supports promising emerging global public health professionals
to develop technical skills needed to respond to today’s public health needs and challenges.
Fellows have the exciting opportunity to work with leading experts in CDC’s Center for Global Health to contribute to real projects around the world across six technical areas:
*Epidemiology*Program Management *Surveillance*Strategic Information*Monitoring & Evaluation

• Full time, 6 – 12 month placements within CDC offi ces worldwide (length may vary by placement opportunity)
• Mentorship from CDC’s leading experts in global health
• Access to training and professional development advice and resources
• Stipends for placements based on Atlanta GS Payscale:
– GS-8 Step 1 (MPH) and GS-9 Step 1 (PhD in PH)
• Predetermined supplemental allowances for housing, local travel, travel/training, and health
• Overseas fellows receive a one-time shipping allowance
• MPH or PhD in Public Health from a CEPH-accredited school or program
• Qualifying degree received prior to June before the beginning of fellowship or within the last five years
• U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident and authorized to work in the U.S.

The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is implemented by the Public Health Institute and its partner,
Consortium of Universities for Global Health, for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

By Trudy McConnell
Trudy McConnell Assistant Director, Employer Relations