The calls for EU-track fellows for 2016 for the ECDC Fellowship Programme, EPIET epidemiology path (EPIET) and EPIET public health microbiology path (EUPHEM) are now open. The EPIET and EUPHEM EU-track fellows will be trained in a European country other than their own.
The EPIET pathway is recruiting applicants for a two-year training in communicable disease field epidemiology. The aim of the training is to enable the fellow to carry out activities related to the surveillance, investigation and control of communicable disease threats.
The EUPHEM pathway is recruiting applicants for a two-year training in public health microbiology. The EUPHEM training will include activities related to the area of public health microbiology: public health microbiology management, applied public health microbiology and laboratory investigations, surveillance, outbreak investigation, bio risk management, quality management, research, communication and teaching.
Applicants must be nationals of a Member State of EU/EEA1 y and should have experience in public health, epidemiology or microbiology.
The fellowship will start 12 September 2016.
To submit an application, please read the calls for application and the rules governing the EPIET and EUPHEM fellowships on the Fellowships page.
Read more about the training on the EPIET and EUPHEM website.
Deadline for application is 10 January 2016, at 24.00 CET
1. Candidates from accession countries that will become an EU Member State the same year as the call for applications expires will be eligible to apply to the fellowship