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LabAspire Fellowship Program
About LabAspire Fellowship Program
The Lab Aspire Public Health Laboratory Assistant Director Fellowship Program, sponsored by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Office of the State Public Health Laboratory Director (OSPHLD), CDPH Laboratory Field Services (LFS) and the California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors (CAPHLD), trains and prepares qualified professionals to direct local California Public Health Laboratories. The Lab Aspire Assistant Director Fellowship is open topostdoctoral level candidates with Public Health Microbiologist (PHM) certification, and California Public Health Laboratory Managers or Supervisors with four or more years of supervisory experience after PHM certification. Assistant Director fellowships are typically two years, but actual completion time depends on the Fellow’s experience, background and successful completion of program requirements.