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The Petrie-Flom Center Student Fellowship is a competitive one-year program designed to support Harvard graduate students interested in pursuing independent scholarly projects related to health law policy, biotechnology, and bioethics. With intensive mentorship from Petrie-Flom Center affiliates, student fellows are expected to produce a piece of publishable scholarship by the end of the academic year, at which point they may choose to be be awarded a modest stipend and/or academic credit (based on their school’s policies). Student fellows blog regularly at Bill of Health, the Center’s blog, where their work receives substantial public exposure; participate in and organize Center events; and enroll in the Health Law Policy and Bioethics Workshop, which provides the opportunity to interact with leading scholars in the field.