The JPB Environmental Health Fellows Program


Created date

July 23, 2018

Critical Commentary

From the program's 'About' page:

"With support from the JPB Foundation, the JPB Environmental Health Fellowship Program has been established to promote a new generation of Environmental Health scholars through fellowships that support junior faculty who are at an early career stage at institutions across the U.S. 

The mission of the Program is to offer training and leadership developing to promising junior faculty, who are committed to finding solutions and supporting policy changes that address environmental, social, economic and health disparities across U.S. communities.

The Program facilitates learning opportunities from recognized scientific leaders on conducting rigorous research on social and environmental factors that contribute to health disparities, providing mentorship and funding up to $240,000 over the course of a two to three and a half-year period."

This artifact is part of an essay about Sara Wylie. Click here to see Wylie's fellow bio.