Sunday, September 03, 2006

Post-grad opportunity at Harvard

From I. Glenn Cohen, a fellow at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics (Harvard Law School):

The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics at Harvard Law School

2007-2009 Post-Graduate and Mid-Career Fellowship Program

Call for Applications: Deadline October 16, 2006

The Petrie-Flom Center is an interdisciplinary research program at HarvardLaw School dedicated to the scholarly research of important issues about the intersection of law and health policy, including issues of health care financing and market regulation, biomedical research, and bioethics.

The Center is now accepting applications for its second group of post-graduate/mid-career fellowships starting in August 2007. These are two-year full-time academic research fellowships paying $60,000 per year, plus benefits.

Applicants must hold a degree in law or some other graduate discipline that they intend to apply to issues of health law policy or bioethics. The Center particularly encourages applications by those who intend to pursue careers as law professors, but will consider any applicant who demonstrates an interest and ability to produce cutting-edge scholarship in the areas of health policy, biotechnology or bioethics during the term of the fellowship.

Fellows chosen for the 2007-09 term will join an outstanding inaugural group of fellows who started in August 2006, as well as senior fellow Frances Kamm, one of the world's leading moral philosophers, who will be in residence at the Center during the 2007-08 academic year. Detailed information about the fellowship program, our
current fellows, and how to apply is available at
www.law.harvard.edu/programs/petrie-flom/.

Applications are due no later than October 16, 2006. Please note that this deadline is several months earlier than last year's.


posted by tommayo, 10:46 PM

Health care law (including public health law, medical ethics, and life sciences), with digressions into constitutional law, poetry, and other things that matter