Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • Farah Abdulla, MD 2013-14 Executive Branch Fellow, Department of Defense As a dermatologist in California, Farah wanted to go beyond clinical care to gain a broader perspective of policy and medicine. As a fellow, she found a great fit in the Human Performance, Training, and BioSystems Directorate...
  • Watch the On-Demand video below. Are you interested in connecting your health and/or medical sciences training to public policy? Want to transform your career by using your health/medical training to address societal challenges? Learn how veterinarians, physicians, and doctoral level health...
  • International wildlife crime — including the illegal sale of fish, timber, plants, and wild animals used as pets, food, jewelry, ornaments, furniture, leather, medicine, and more-threatens species, promotes corruption, organized crime and disease, and undermines economic progress, experts said...
  • The first time I visited Pemba, Mozambique to begin a project that would help the port city adapt to climate change, I was not prepared for what I saw. After a few days of severe rain last year, neighborhoods resembled wetlands, streets had turned into rivers, and a large piece of the main coastal...
  • Each year, the Robert C. Barnard Environmental Lecture provides a forum for an outstanding speaker to address current environmental issues. This year's lecture will be presented by Dr. Heide Hackmann, executive director of the International Council for Science. A new global science policy paradigm...
  • The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Program and Biodiversity Affinity Group invite you to a half-day long symposium to discuss the complexities and interdependence of Wildlife Trafficking and multi-factorial drivers. The illicit trade in wildlife and wildlife parts is now a multi-...
  • The world might be a better place if efforts to connect science with public policy were thriving in nations throughout the world. The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has tapped AAAS to explore optimal conditions for similar fellowship programs and other mechanisms that might be rolled out in...