Here are some of the Medicine scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
International Fellows-in-Training Travel Scholarships are designed to financially assist research and non-research fellows and residents-in-training in allergy/immunology in attending the AAAAI's Annual Meeting.
This program offers international allergy/immunology fellows-in-training the opportunity to attend the meeting and to:
Meet other allergists/immunologists and to learn from others’experiences;
Keep abreast of the current research in the field; and
Contribute to the scientific development of the field.
Present original research at the AAAAI Annual Meeting.
To assure greater equity, financial support reflects variable air travel costs. Based on available estimates, the following maximum grant amounts (USD) have been established by the AAAAI Grant Review Committee:
Mexico recipients - $900.00
Europe recipients - $1400.00
East Asia recipients - $1900.00
Australia/New Zealand recipients - $2200.00
Africa/South Asia recipients - $2100.00
South America recipients - $1800.00
Middle East recipients - $1800.00
Please note grant amounts are for actual expenses incurred and receipts must be submitted within one month after the meeting. This grant will reimburse travel, hotel, and meal expenses only. Rental car, registration fees, and abstract fees are not eligible for reimbursement.
Grants are awarded to postdoctoral applicants in training in allergy/immunology who are within 7 years at the time of application of their latest doctoral degree and who are outside the U.S. and Canada; Residents of the U.S. and Canada should apply for a domestic travel grant.
The applicant is an International FIT Member of the AAAAI or has a completed membership application on file at the time of the submission of their International Fellows-in-Training Scholarship application. Information about International FIT membership is available at http://www.aaaai.org/about-the-aaaai/aaaai-membership/international-in-training-and-phd-member.aspx.
No more than 2 scholarships will be provided to the same medical center
Priority will be given to applicants who have not received a scholarship in the past.
Applicant must be listed as an author for an abstract accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting.
Grant selection is made by an ad hoc committee consisting of regional representatives from the AAAAI.
Grants are based first and foremost on merit. The quality of the candidate’s credentials, training, research and environment are major factors in the selection.
The applicant’s future in the field of allergy/immunology will also be considered.
Due to the limited availability of funds and interest in honoring geographic diversity, some applicants may not be accepted for funding.
All applicants will be notified of the review results in late December.
Applications are submitted online and should include a complete curriculum vitae, a summary of clinical/laboratory research and a copy of the submitted abstract.
Applicants must provide the name and email address of a supervisor or program director.
If the supervisor or program director is not an AAAAI Fellow, then the application must also include the name and email address of an AAAAI Fellow.
Incomplete applications will be considered ineligible.
Please check the website for any changes in deadline application.
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.
The AMA Foundation and the Association of Black Cardiologists (ABC) have partnered to create a scholarship that will promote diversity in medicine, encourage commitment to eliminating health care disparities, and support future cardiologists, while helping to alleviate medical student debt.
With generous support from founding donor Genita Evangelista Johnson, this annual scholarship will provide tuition support in the amount of $5,000 to a first- or second-year African-American medical student with an expressed interest in cardiology.
This scholarship is a category within the Minority Scholars Awards program. Each medical school may nominate one student for this scholarship. The student must meet all other eligibility criteria related to the program.
Please check the website for any change in application deadline.
The scholarship, a grant of $2,500, will be awarded to a junior or senior medical student with a demonstrated interest and involvement in the communication of science. The scholarship recipient will be selected from among nominees proposed by the Deans of AMA approved medical schools, with financial need not being a consideration. Each school may propose one student.
The Board of Directors of the Stony Wold - Herbert Fund, Inc. announces the availability of funds in support of research and training in the area of tuberculosis and respiratory diseases. The amount of grants which will ordinarily be a fraction of the Fund's budget which is estimated to be a total of $150,000. Research Grants and Fellowships Awards are given for a one year period commencing July 1st and may be renewed by reapplication and submission of a satisfactory progress report.
The Student/Resident Experiences and Rotations in Community Health program provides opportunities for health professions students and residents to serve on interdisciplinary health care teams in underserved areas. Through SEARCH, you learn to respond to the needs of patients whose cultures may be different from yours. Through NHSC's network of partnerships with regional/State Primary Care Associations and Primary Care Offices, you will be placed in a community where you can make a difference. To qualify for the SEARCH program, you must have started your training as a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, nurse-midwife, dentist, dental hygienist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric clinical nurse specialist, or marriage and family therapist. Students who have NHSC scholarships are given priority for the SEARCH program.
National JACL membership is a requirement to be considered for a JACL scholarship. Membership must be held by the applicant or applicant's parents only. Extended family ties do not apply for this requirement. Student memberships are available. For more information about membership categories, please contact the JACL Membership Department at National Headquarters. Applicants must also be planning to attend a college, university, trade school, business school or any institution of higher learning at the graduate school level in the upcoming fall. This award is given to a student planning a career in the medical field.
National JACL membership is a requirement to be considered for a JACL scholarship. Membership must be held by the applicant or applicant's parents only. Extended family ties do not apply for this requirement. Student memberships are available. For more information about membership categories, please contact the JACL Membership Department at National Headquarters. Applicants must also be planning to attend a college, university, trade school, business school or any institution of higher learning at the graduate school level in the upcoming fall. Preference for this award will be given to a student planning a career in medicine or ministry.
An applicant must be a physician who has completed at least four years of training in a pathology program accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or any equivalent training program acceptable to the American Board of Pathology (ABP). An applicant must be a CAP Fellow or Junior Member or have submitted a completed membership application. An applicant must not have more than three years of post-pathology training and must not have achieved faculty status prior to the starting date of the scholars Fellowship. Applicants must plan to spend the fellowship year in basic or applied research and are expected to work full-time as defined in their project plan. The scholar may assume limited teaching and patient care responsibilities, consistent with the objectives of the fellowship. Current Foundation scholars may reapply for an extension of funding by submitting a new application. All applicants will be considered regardless of age, race, gender, national origin, or religion. Because the purpose of this reward is to facilitate the transition from residency to an independent investigator, persons who have already been awarded major research support for the upcoming academic year will not be eligible.
Must be a student entering the junior year of college who is under the age of 35 with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Offered to African-American, Hispanic, American Indian, and Asian students. Must be a U.S. citizen attending an AMA, ADA, or AOA accredited medical, dental, or optometry school.
The American College of Legal Medicine has an annual Student Writing Competition in which $1,000 cash awards are made for the outstanding original paper on Legal Medicine. All papers submitted will receive consideration for publication in the Journal of Legal Medicine or other medical legal publications. Applicant Criteria 1. Authors must be currently enrolled in an accredited law, medical, podiatry, nursing, dental school, or program of health science or health care administration school in the United States or Canada. 2. No paper which has been previously published in any form will be considered. What is Legal Medicine Legal medicine is the professional and academic discipline which concerns itself with legal aspects of medical science, medical practice and other health care delivery problems. Practitioners of the specialty have training, knowledge and expertise sufficient to address the scope of the specialty from a scholarly, scientific (research) and practical perspective.
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.
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