The Graduate Student Epidemiology Program (GSEP) provides technical assistance to states and localities while offering graduate students hands-on training in maternal and child health (MCH) epidemiology. For 20 years, GSEP participants have had the opportunity to work with health agencies across the country to address specific, defined data or analytic issues with the aim of developing or enhancing MCH and Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) information systems.
All projects fall into the following three focus areas:
Please visit our site www.gseprogram.org to view the full GSEP catalog of projects and apply online. Additional opportunities may be posted following the printing of this guide. Students may apply for up to three projects of interest. Qualified students will be matched with appropriate opportunities based on their qualifications, a brief essay, and two letters of recommendation.
TIME AND STIPEND
The submission deadline for student applications is Friday, February 3. Students will be contacted with information about placements beginning in April.
If you have any questions about the projects or the application process, please contact: Ms. Julia Fantacone, GSEP coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 202-842-2000 For more information, visit: http://www.gseprogram.org