DEADLINE: AUGUST 16, 2021 —The National Press Foundation is offering an online fellowship plus $3,000 reporting grants to support journalists covering rare diseases.
The program will include online briefings from top world experts in rare diseases, diagnostics, massive parallel genomic sequencing, artificial intelligence and medical ethics; leaders of patient groups; and special sessions on the craft of medical journalism and storytelling.
The fellowship is for 20 journalists based anywhere in the world.
The deadline for applications is August 16th, 2021.
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