Please find below details of a fellowship opportunity relevant to public health and
coming from The Office of Science and Data Policy within the HHS Office of the Assistant
Secretary for Planning and Evaluation.
Ipek Nese Sener, PhD
Associate Research Scientist
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
505 E Huntland Dr, Suite 455
Austin, TX 78752
Tel 512.407.1119 | Fax 512.467.8971
From: Faith Cole Hall
Sent: Monday, November 2, 2020 10:43 AM
Subject: ORISE Science Policy fellowship opportunity - HHS/ASPE - HHS Office of the
Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
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The Office of Science and Data Policy within the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for
Planning and Evaluation is currently recruiting an ORISE fellow to focus on science
policy. ASPE advises the HHS Secretary on policy development, leads special initiatives,
coordinates the Department's evaluation, research and demonstration activities, and
manages cross-Department planning activities such as strategic planning, legislative
planning, and review of regulations.
The selected fellow would be mentored by a team of policy, public health, and economic
experts who focus on biomedical science and public health policies, including federal
efforts to address infectious diseases and combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through
evidence-based policymaking. The fellow would participate in quantitative analytic
projects to develop, maintain, and disseminate awareness of ongoing trends in infectious
diseases, including work with the federal interagency Task Force for Combating
Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB).
The fellowship opportunity is administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and
Education (ORISE) and initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of
renewal. Qualified candidates should be working toward or have received a relevant
masters or Ph.D. within the past five years. Of particular interest are candidates with
experience designing, planning, conducting, and communicating the results of analytical
projects within the biomedical or behavioral sciences or within public health or public
policy. Experience in the area of infectious diseases or antimicrobial resistance is
preferred but not necessary.
This fellowship is not targeted toward current federal employees and is not a Pathways
For more information, contact Casey Sullivan
(firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>) and see the announcement:
Casey Sullivan, Ph.D.
Office of Science & Data Policy
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
cell: (202) 836-3112[cid:image001.png@01D6B107.D967BC30]
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