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STEER Fellowships

The STEER program (STEERing post-secondary students into Science and Technology Entrepreneurship and Research career paths) is an innovative training program established by the Hepatitis B Foundation, in partnership with the Institute for Hepatitis and Virus Research (IHVR), and funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. It is aimed at preparing college graduates for careers in the fast-growing areas of biomedical research, public health and biotechnology. College graduates who are not employed by a pharmaceutical company are eligible to apply. Candidates selected by an admissions committee will receive a living stipend and work with scientists from the IHVR, Hepatitis B Foundation, and Drexel Institute. Upon successful completion of the training program, and with the recommendation of their scientific advisor, STEER fellows will be eligible to apply for enrollment in scientific studies leading to a doctoral degree from the University of Oxford. For more information, please contact the Hepatitis B Foundation.

 

 

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