Fellow, Center for Law and Biosciences, Stanford Law School

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For the 2023-2024 fellowship, we will provide fellows with work space, a competitive salary, and a generous benefits package. Applicants should have a JD or other doctoral level degree (MD, PhD) in a relevant area. A law degree is a substantial advantage, but is not a requirement. (Note – we expect to hire one or two new fellows for 2023-2024 but that is contingent on funding and other factors.)

The Center:

The Center for Law and the Biosciences, directed by Professor Hank Greely, evaluates bioscience discoveries in the context of the law, weighing their impact on society and the law’s role in shaping that impact. The Center is part of the Stanford Program in Law, Science & Technology.

Located at the heart of the world’s biotechnology industry and inside a preeminent research university, the Center brings together academics, lawyers, scientists, policy-makers, and students. Through conferences, workshops, lectures, and academic courses, the Center promotes research and public discourse on the ethical, legal, scientific, economic, and social implications of accelerated technological change in the life sciences. For more information, visit our website.

The Application Process:


Applicants should submit a CV with contact information for three references, a writing sample, and a research proposal (2000 words or less) to the Stanford Career website (search for job number 96253): Direct link - http://m.rfer.us/STANFORDtKGKIt

 

Application Deadline: Friday, December 2, 2022 at 5:00 PM Pacific time. Fellows will be selected based on demonstrated academic merit and potential, as well as the intellectual strength of their research proposals. Decisions will be made on or around Monday, January 9, 2023.

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