Lab Matters Spring 2017 - Page 38

fellows News from APHL Laboratory Fellowship Programs by Heather Roney, MA, manager, Fellowship Programs A PHL completed 2017 recruitment for three of its fellowship programs—Antimicrobial Resistance, Bioinformatics and Infectious Diseases. We are pleased with the number and quality of applications received for fellows and host laboratories for these programs. Applications are currently under review, and fellows are expected to start their assignments in APHL member and CDC laboratories beginning in July. The Ronald H. Laessig Memorial Newborn Screening Fellowship recently completed its application process for host laboratories. One NBS Fellow will be selected to start in July. For more information about the application cycle, please see www.aphl.org/fellowships/Pages/PHL-NBS.aspx For information about all of APHL’s fellowship programs, please visit www.aphl.org/fellowships. Environmental Health Fellow Mitchel Popko at the South Dakota Public Health Laboratory SHIP? This R E B M E M R APHL U O Y u renew! o W y E s N s E le R n u U s Matter DID YO SUE of Lab T IS is your L AS today! p i h s r e b m e your m w e n e r d n a Take action ○ ○ y phone: B 1 33 240.485.27 fax: 2 By 0.485.2700 24 ip : Membersh 36 ○ mail: 3 By L APH ership 00 c/o Memb e, Suite 7 u n e v A ia rg 8515 Geo 20910 D M , g in r Silver Sp AT TN LAB MATTERS Spring 2017 PublicHealthLabs @APHL APHL.org