To be considered for the program, prospective fellows must have:
- Doctoral or medical degree(s) in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, medicine, pathology, pathobiology or pharmacology from an accredited university.
- If a candidate’s academic credentials are obtained outside the United States, they must be deemed equivalent by an appropriate education evaluation agency.
- Minimum of 30 semester hours (undergraduate or graduate level) of coursework in analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, and biochemistry to qualify for certification by the ABCC.
Applications must be sent by email to the program director (Sridevi Devaraj) and coordinator (Rosario Guzman). The deadline for application is Sept. 30 to apply for a fellowship position starting on Aug. 1 of the following year. One fellow is admitted each year to the program.
The application packet must include:
- Letter of intent
- Curriculum vitae
- Contact information for three references
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