AAI Announces 2017-18 Public Policy Fellows
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The American Association of Immunologists


Today, AAI launched the seventh year of its Public Policy Fellows Program (PPFP), which engages postdoctoral fellows and junior scientists in public policy activities that impact biomedical research. Following careful review of the applications received, the AAI Committee on Public Affairs named the following ten individuals as the 2017-2018 AAI Public Policy Fellows:

Heather M. Buechel, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
David J. Dowling, Ph.D.
Boston Children's Hospital &
Harvard Medical School
Mariana Guerra-Maupome,

Kansas State University
College of Veterinary Medicine   
Farrah C. Phillips, Ph.D.
St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital
Rachel S. Resop, Ph.D.
University of California,
Los Angeles
Timothy Rosean, Ph.D.
University of Virginia
Nathaniel Schuldt, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota
Julie Swartzendruber, Ph.D.
Midwestern University
Melissa M. Walker, Ph.D.
University of Colorado
School of Medicine
Spencer C. Wei, Ph.D.
University of Texas
MD Anderson Cancer Center

AAI is pleased to welcome this impressive group of future advocates. The Fellows will have the opportunity to visit Capitol Hill and to delve more deeply into key issues related to biomedical research through the AAI public affairs program. The 2017-2018 Fellows will serve through April 30, 2018.

For PPFP details or to inquire about applying for the program, see www.aai.org/Public_Affairs/PPFP or contact AAI Science Policy and Legislative Affairs Specialist Jake Schumacher at jschumacher@aai.org.

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