Science & Health Policy

If you're intrigued by the prospect of a career in science or health policy and are seeking guidance on making the transition and acquiring the necessary skills, consider exploring the following resources. There are various career paths available in this field, including opportunities within think tanks, scientific associations, congressional offices, health associations like the American Diabetes Association, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies at the federal and state levels. Additionally, you can find valuable information and support through additional resources, such as learning about the experiences of Drs. Lyric Jorgenson and Diane Hanneman as they made their own transitions into science policy. Another avenue worth exploring is the involvement of Yale Student Science Diplomats, where you can engage in activities that delve into the realm of science policy. By utilizing these resources, you can carve a clear path toward a rewarding career in science and health policy.


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