A new fellowship program, the Health and Environment Allied Leadership (HEAL) Fellows Program just launched and is now accepting applications until July 12. The fellowship is targeted toward Ph.D. candidates and postdocs working in environmental and/or health research, with the goal of creating a very interdisciplinary inaugural cohort with folks from many GT colleges.
Apply for HEAL Fellows Program at GT
The Health and Environment Allied Leadership (HEAL) Fellows Program is a NEW opportunity for Georgia Tech graduate students and postdocs in any GT college who are driven to make an impact on human and environmental health. During a 10-month program, fellows will connect with peers and faculty across all GT colleges, receive interdisciplinary training to address human and environmental health challenges, and engage with academic experts, community leaders, and policymakers to initiate collaborations toward science-informed actions with public impact. Fellows will be selected on a competitive basis. Visit the webpage to learn more and apply by July 12, 2022.