The John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellowship is an exciting new program to recruit outstanding young scientists, often straight out of a doctorate, to work as independent researchers affiliated with Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences departments in the life sciences, the physical sciences, and imaging. This program is part of an university-wide initiative in integrative sciences. Our members combine an array of theoretical and empirical approaches and span a wide range of disciplines, including biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences, astronomy, engineering, computer science, and statistics.

Applications

John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellows

We are now accepting applications for a John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellow position in the physical sciences (including statistics and applied mathematics). Please see posting HERE.