Over the next 3.5 years, the fellows will benefit from funding, mentoring, and training opportunities. With the addition of the new cohort — comprising 14 fellows in all — the JPB Environmental Health Fellowship Program has recognized 41 researchers since its inception in 2014.
“The JPB Environmental Health Fellowship is a really phenomenal program,” added Carmen Marsit, Ph.D., director of Emory University’s EHS Core Center. “Having seen the great success of the program, measured in tangible metrics, like publications and promotion of the fellows, as well as in intangible metrics, like the impact of the work on communities and on policy, I think this is an incredibly valuable experience.”
Source: NIEHS Research News -https://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/supported/centers/core/spotlight/jpb-fellows/index.cfm – December 23, 2022
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