Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship


About the ELBI Fellowship

The Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity (ELBI) Fellowship inspires and connects the next generation of biosecurity leaders and innovators.

Launched in 2012, ELBI is a highly competitive, part-time program that provides an opportunity for talented graduate students and professionals to deepen their expertise, expand their network, and build their leadership skills through a series of events coordinated by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.

The fellowship boasts almost 200 alumni with backgrounds in government, national security, private industry, science, law, public health, medicine, global health, journalism, the social sciences, and academia.

As an ELBI fellow, you will:

  • Learn about biosecurity history, policy, and practice
  • Identify career development opportunities in the biosecurity field
  • Network with senior biosecurity leaders
  • Connect with other talented graduate students and professionals working on important biosecurity initiatives
  • Develop and sharpen key professional skills to advance your career
  • Access resources and participate in events focused on the most current, relevant topics in biosecurity
Mag. Katharina Seitz
Tel.: +43 (0)1 798 2527
E-Mail: kseitz@goinginternational.org
Contact us
Tel.: +1 443-573-3304
E-Mail: centerhealthsecurity@jhu.edu
Dr. Gerhard Polak
Tel.: +43 (0)1 798 2527
E-Mail: gpolak@goinginternational.org
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