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Fellowship Stories

Mamadi is a sociology professor from East Carolina University. As a fellow, he researched the extent to which persons with disabilities face challenges when accessing the websites, electronic case filing and processing systems, and online records of the federal courts.

Andrea is a neurophysiologist whose research focused on how human brains regulate blood pressure and breathing, and how birds’ brains process visual motion.

2008-09 Health, Education & Human Services (HEHS) Fellow; Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Office of Medicine, Science and Public Health

STPF hosted a live video chat with alumni of the Judicial Branch Fellowship to discuss how the fellowship transformed their career.

STPF hosted a live video chat with alumni of the Judicial fellowship to discuss how the fellowship transformed their career.

2012-14 Global Health & Development Fellow at the National Institutes of Health

2012-13 Roger Revelle Fellow at the U.S. Department of State

2014-15 Judicial Branch Fellow

As AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships’ inaugural judicial fellow, Shubha enjoyed an instructive and productive experience at the Federal Judicial Center (FJC). Fellows work with the FJC to develop their portfolio for the year.

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