The AIMBE Scholars Program enables distinguished post doctorates in the medical and biomedical engineering fields to serve as expert advisors to policymakers. In its launch-year, Scholars will come to Washington, DC and spend a year working in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) along side the most influential decision makers in Washington. Scholars will inform public policy through their knowledge of the latest cutting-edge research and technological innovations and receive training about the federal policy process (including budget, regulatory, and grant processes) and build relationships with key government stakeholders.
AIMBE is soliciting applications for its September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2015 program year. Applicants to the AIMBE Scholars Program must hold a PhD-level degree in medical or biological engineering or a related field, be a U.S. citizen, and have an excellent record of achievement. Applications require: (1) a Statement of interest (1,000 word maximum) that describes the applicant's background and qualifications for the program, basis for interest in the program, including policy areas or issues of interest and skills to be acquired, and career goals, including how the program would support those goals; and (2) a current C.V. Applications materials must be submitted to email@example.com by May 1, 2014.