Adler Scholarship - Phase IV medical students may be eligible for the Adler Award for work they have done on their Mentored Scholarly Activity projects. The donors of the award, Edgar and Marion Adler, made this gift based on Marion’s interests in serving the less fortunate, developing community health programs and support for the local community. The scholarship was created to recognize outstanding achievement in scholarly work in honoring the Adler’s values in the following areas:
- Clinical Science
- Epidemiology and Public Health
- Humanities, Social Sciences, and Medical Education
Awards will be made up to $20,000.00.
Alpha Omega Alpha - This link will take you to the Alpha Omega Alpha Homepage. Scholarships are available through AOA.
ARCS - The Colorado Chapter of the national ARCS Foundation, Inc.
(Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) in the past have awarded ten $5,000
scholarships to the AMC Health Sciences schools. The awards go to
MD, PhD or DDS degree students who have demonstrated superior
research accomplishments and who are expected to continue making
contributions in scientific research.
Cancer Research Summer Fellowship - Through the University of Colorado Cancer Center's Cancer Research Summer Fellowship Program, every summer 35 to 40 college undergraduate students and a few advanced high school students are given the opportunity to spend ten weeks in our laboratories at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado Boulder and other Denver-area health care institutions. The goal of the program is to engage scientific curiosity in the next generation of scientists, challenging qualified college undergraduates and exceptionally gifted high school students to consider a cancer-related careers in the future.
Child Health Research Internship - This
summer research internship will match faculty mentors in the Department of
Pediatrics with rising high school seniors, college students, graduate students
and first-year medical students interested in a basic or translational science
research experience. The internship will introduce students to
research opportunities related to child health and will include opportunities
for students to participate in a lecture research series as well as present
their research at the completion of the summer internship. The
Child Health Research Internship runs 9 weeks and will include a $3500 stipend
for the student as well as an opportunity for funding to present data at a
national research meeting.
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.
Glaser Award - One award is given to a graduating medical student who has carried
out meritorious research during medical school.
Health Innovations Scholars Program - The
Health Innovations Scholars Program is an intensive, 5-week summer experience
for medical students, which accelerates mastery of the skills necessary to be a
strong physician leader and healthcare innovator. Up to 8 students are selected
via a competitive application process. Program participants
will receive a stipend of $2,000, and the program covers the cost of air travel
for students enrolled in medical schools outside Colorado. All program
activities are located on the Anschutz Medical Campus at University of
Colorado, Denver. More information is located here or click the title link to visit the website.
The K. Louise Coulter
Research Award - An award to a medical student engaged in outstanding pulmonary research.
LEADS Program - This is available to LEADS Track students only. During this 8-week program, students work with community originations to complete a project designed to improve the health and heath care of underserved Coloradoans. Participants also will participate in an 8-week curriculum focused on developing leadership skills. Participants are paid for their summer work. LEADS tack students are required to attend all summer classes (1x/week) and work the full 8-weeks with their assigned community. Participation is limited to 20 students per summer.
Medical Student Application for Research in Otolaryngology - The T32 Institutional Training in Otolaryngology
Research NIDCD grant can fund up to two medical student research training slots
annually. The research proposal should
be prepared with the guidance of project mentors selected from a specified list
of training faculty. Research project must be related to areas of
Otolaryngology including hearing/balance, taste/smell, communication/autism or
head and neck cancer. Each project should have a research mentor and a clinical
co-mentor. The research mentor will supervise the research in a laboratory
environment and the clinical mentor will provide a clinical experience related
to the selected project. Applicants must commit to at least 12 weeks of
dedicated research time. Application and additional information can be found here.
The Neil and Catherine
Fellowship - This award is for a medical student engaging in outstanding research
in the fields of cancer or multiple sclerosis.
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.
The Pediatric and Reconstructive Urology Medical Student Research Fellowship -The Pediatric and
Reconstructive Urology Medical Student Research Fellowship at the University of
Colorado is a one-year mentored research position offered annually to one
qualified medical student interested in pursuing a urology residency. Students
may complete the fellowship in between the MS3-MS4 years or after MS4 if not
immediately entering residency. Applicants are considered on a rolling basis.
Priority is given to CU medical students, underrepresented minorities and women
interested in urology.The research
fellowship is equally divided between University Hospital and Children’s
Hospital Colorado, where fellows participate in innovative research projects in
reconstructive urology and pediatric urology throughout the year. By participating and leading innovative research studies
and attending urology residency teaching rounds, student fellows learn the
fundamentals of urology and what it takes to be a physician scientist. Fellows
build strong relationships while working directly with and receiving mentorship
from world renown faculty at one of the strongest urology programs in the
nation. Research fellow responsibilities include IRB application preparation
and submission, management of clinical studies, abstract and manuscript
production and presentations at urology conferences. Past fellows have
consistently achieved presentations at national and regional meetings,
first-author publications in top journals, and have matched into their desired
residency positions each year. For more information and to apply, please submit
an updated CV and letter of interest to Noelle Musgrave (NOELLE.MUSGRAVE@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU). The application deadline is February 15, 2021.
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.
Research Diversity Scholarship - For Diversity scholarships, your essay should provide a diversity self-description and how your diversity has been expressed in one or more of these areas: 1) Community service; 2) Academic excellence; 3) Volunteer work; 4) Personal accomplishments; 5) Service to the school or your class; 6) Scholarly achievement. In addition, describe how you envision contributing to and enhancing the diversity of the student body and campus community and how these experiences will enrich your abilities as a physician. Multiple awards will be made in both scholarship categories, with award amounts beginning at the $5,000 level.
Rheumatology Research Preceptorships - Preceptorships encourage students and residents to learn more about rheumatology and pursue careers in the field by supporting a one-on-one, real-world learning experience. These preceptorships offer students a full-time clinical or research mentorship with an established rheumatology professional; students can choose a four- or eight-week clinical preceptorship or an eight-week research preceptorship. Award amount is: $2,000-$4,000 plus complimentary registration and up to $1,000 in travel expenses to attend the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting.
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.
The Schweppe Award - This award is for medical students completing outstanding research
during medical school.