Here are some of the Biomedical scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Students who have completed at least three (3) semesters of graduate study toward the Ph.D. and who have no more than three (3) years remaining to obtain the Ph.D. degree in a graduate program in the pharmaceutical sciences administered by a U.S. college of pharmacy. Students enrolled in joint Pharm.D./Ph.D. programs are eligible to apply if they have completed the equivalent of three full semesters of graduate credit toward the Ph.D., and if the Ph.D. degree will be awarded within three (3) additional years. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident. Number of awards and stipends: Up to eighty (80) Fellowships (renewals and new awards) are awarded annually. Fellowship stipends can range from $6,000 to $10,000 annually. The Fellowship stipend may be used for any purpose decided by the awardee and college that will enable the student to make progress in their pursuit of the Ph.D. - e.g. student stipend, laboratory supplies, books, materials, travel, etc. None of the funds shall be used for indirect costs by the institution. No support is provided beyond a maximum of three years. The number of AFPE Pre-doctoral Fellowships awarded each year depends on the availability of funds.
Criteria: 1. Must be financially disadvantaged. 2. Must have a 3.5 GPA. 3. Must be committed to a career in biomedical research. 4. Must be a full-time student. 5. Must be a US citizen. Contact Information: Students interested in applying for this scholarship should view http://ugsp.info.nih.gov for more information and an application form.
The Quanta Picosecond Laser scholarship is given to those students pursuing an education in medicine, physics, science and engineering. This merit based provides a one time award of $1000 to be used for tuition and education expenses.
A successful candidate should: * have completed his/her sophomore year by June of the first year of participation; * have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; * be a member of a group that is traditionally underrepresented in the atmospheric and related sciences; * have a major in an atmospheric science or a related field such as biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, environmental science, mathematics, meterology, oceanography, physics, or social sciences; * plan to pursue a career in atmospheric or a related science; * be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in the biomedical or pre-medical sciences, medical students, postdoctoral clinical and research trainees, and junior scientists will receive first-hand experience working in Africa. Undergraduate eligibility is limited to Juniors and Seniors only. All graduate applicants must be enrolled in a continued training program. Competency in French is mandatory for a clinical rotation. Research experience is preferred but not required for research trainees. All students must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in school, be in good standing both at the time of application and when the traineeship begins and should have a GPA of at least 3.0 (4.0=A) to be considered for the program. Senior undergraduate applicants must provide evidence of continuing studies beyond college. Faculty members and post-doctoral trainees must hold full-time appointments. Student trainees are selected on the basis of their applications, transcripts, and recommendations.
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College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior
Psychology, Pre-Nursing, Nursing, Dietetics, Pre-Pharmacy, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biomedical Research, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Allied Health, Pre-Medicine, Biology, Pre-Dentistry
Applicant must be a fellow-in-training, resident, or post-doctoral scholar associated with an approved allergy and immunology or clinical and laboratory immunology training program approved by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education. Applicant must be an AAAAI member or have submitted an application for membership by the time of application receipt. Applicants who are themselves enrolled as a trainee in an approved training program as part of their training for the American Board of Allergy and Immunology or Clinical and Laboratory Immunology will be given preferential consideration. Applicants with faculty status will not be considered. Past AAAAI research award recipients are not eligible. The selection is made by the AAAAI Committee to Grant Research Awards. All applicants will be reviewed for past accomplishments, the quality of the research outline, and the importance and relevance of the planned research.
Classifications: Undergraduate Junior, Graduate Student, Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate DoctoralMinimum GPA: 3.0Eligible Majors: Pre-Medicine, Science, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnical, Biomedical Research, Health, Medicine, Comp Biology, Animal Science, Chemical EngineeringEligible Schools: OpenEligible Locations: Open Scholarship Detail:This $20 million, 10-year program is dedicated to expanding the pool of African American biomedical scientists. Students must be undergraduate juniors (3.3 GPA), graduate students, or postdoctoral fellows majoring in the life or physical sciences. Donor/Sponsor Name: Merck Company Foundation
Lindbergh Grants are awarded to individuals for research or public education projects, not to affiliated organizations for institutional programs. The Foundation welcomes candidates who may or may not be affiliated with an academic, non-profit institution or for-profit organization. The Lindbergh Grants Program is international in scope. Citizens of all countries are eligible. Letters of request, applications and Endorser's Reports and required progress and final reports must be submitted in the English language. The Foundation does not provide support for overhead costs of institutions, tuition or scholarships.
The research preceptor must be an established investigator at an institution in the United States or abroad deemed appropriate by the Medical/Scientific Advisory Board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America. The applicant must be: (a) a permanent resident of the United States who has been accepted to work in the laboratory of an established investigator at an institution in the United States or aborad deemed appropriate by the Medical Advisory Board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America; or (b) a foreign national who has been accepted to work in the laboratory of an established investigator at an institution in the United States deemed appropriate by the Medical/Scientific Advisory board of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc.
The selection process is designed to recruit all qualified candidates. Minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be enrolled as college or university students (in their junior or senior years, or in any graduate or postgraduate level) in the natural, physical, health, engineering, or social sciences in order to apply. Students enrolled in English, journalism, science journalism, or other non-technical fields are not eligible for these fellowships. Successful applicants will attend an orientation at AAAS headquarters at the start of the summer and a wrap-up session at the end of the summer. They will prepare reports on the progress of their fellowship throughout the summer.
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