Adler Awards - Available to MSI students to support scholarly work in the areas of clinical science, epidemiology and public health, humanities, social sciences and medical education.
Adler Scholarship - Available to MSIV students who have completed scholarly work in the areas of clinical science, epidemiology and public health, humanities, social sciences and medical education.
Alpha Omega Alpha - This link will take you to the Alpha Omega Alpha Homepage. Scholarships are available through AOA.
American Medical Association Seed Grant Program - This link will take you to the AMA page for the seed grant program. $2500 will help junior investigators conduct basic science or clinical research projects in the following four categories: Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Dieseases, HIV/AIDS, Leukemia, and Neoplastic Diseases. APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS NOT BEEN ANNOUNCED.
GEMS (Graduate Experiences for Multicultural Health Professional Students) - Research can be in many thematic areas, including basic sciences, clinical and public health. Stipends will be $700/week for 8 weeks. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE 3/15/2012.
NIH Year Off - This link will take you to the National Institute of Health homepage. Information about internships, research and scholarships for all degree levels can be found here.
Pediatrics Student Research Program - This summer research program will match faculty mentors in the Department of Pediatrics with first-year medical students. The research program is a 8 week research internship and will include a $3500 stipend as well as an opportunity for funding to present data at a national research meeting. APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS NOT BEEN ANNOUNCED.
Research Track - The SOM Research Track is a 4 year program that provides students with in-depth long term exposure to research. The Research Track serves the dual purpose of fulfilling the MSA requirements. Students accepted to the program will receive a $4000 stipend the summer between Phase I and Phase II and again in Phase IV. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE 11/15/11.
Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation - The Sarnoff Fellowship Program offers research opportunities for outstanding medical students to explore careers in cardiovascular research. Applicants must be enrolled in accredited U.S. medical schools. Sarnoff Fellows conduct intensive work in a research laboratory, located in the United States, for one year. Prior research experience is not a prerequisite.