» Informatics Librarian Fellowships

SILS, Health Sciences Library and the Carolina Center for Genome Sciences support a training program for developing Informatics librarians. Fellowships are awarded to masters students (LS and IS) who are interested in gaining librarian skills and experience related to bioinformatics. Students are given positions in the Health Sciences library (HSL) and work directly under the supervision of the HSL bioinformatics staff. This program is one of the few such programs in library schools nationwide and offers an excellent opportunity to train for specialist positions related to bioinformatics and the health and hard sciences. Bioinformatics fellowships are awarded on an annual basis and carry a stipend of $10,000 for the combined fall and spring semesters. Complete Position Announcement