Association of American Medical Colleges Darrell G. Kirch, MD Scholarship. Established in 2019 by the AAMC Board of Directors, this scholarship honors the exemplary leadership of Dr. Darrell G. Kirch and recognizes his deep commitment to creating a diverse workforce of healthcare professionals.
Administered through National Medical Fellowships (NMF), this $10,000 Scholarship will be awarded to eight (8) 1st year underrepresented minority medical students (for the 2019-2020 academic year), who are enrolled at an LCME-accredited US, MD-granting medical school.
The selected students must demonstrate both community service and leadership and will be eligible to renew the Scholarship for each of their additional three years of medical school (i.e., 4 years of funding), provided that they remain in good academic standing and meet renewal criteria. The scholarship funds should be used for tuition fees and/or living expenses.
The Scholarship recipients will be required to attend the Nickens Awards session at the AAMC’s Learn Serve Lead (LSL). The 2019 Annual Meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona. Conference registration fees will be waived and AAMC will cover up to two (2) nights of lodging for each Scholar.
If you’re interested in being nominated, please contact our office.
The application will be open from June 3, 2019 – July 12, 2019. Additional Scholarship information can be found at NMF’s website https://nmfonline.org/about-our-scholarships-and-awards/general-scholarships-awards/ and the application can be accessed at https://nmf.fluidreview.com.
Sponsored by The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County
Deadline: January 10, 2020
Application Portal: https://hfbcscholarships.communityforce.com/Login.aspx
***Application under “Combined Medical School Scholarship Application”
538 Franklin Street
P.O. Box 1547
Columbus, IN 47202
Criteria: Residents of Bartholomew or Brown counties in Indiana who are entering medical school as freshmen or who are in medical school as upperclassmen at an American Medical Association-approved medical school located in the United States.
Academic performance and financial need will be considered.
Morgagni Medical Scholarship
Deadline: June 1, 2019
The Morgagni Medical Society made its third annual generous donation to the Columbus Citizens Foundation from which one (1) medical school student scholarship will be awarded. The amount awarded will be $10,000 over 4 years ($2,500 per year).
Eligibility: The Morgagni Medical Scholarship is only for incoming first year medical students starting in the fall of 2019. Students need to have an overall college GPA of at least 3.5, and be of Italian descent (at least 50% Italian).
Process: Students interested in receiving the Morgagni Medical Scholarship must submit an application online and the required supporting documents to the Columbus Citizens Foundation. A committee reviews and evaluates the applications and asks selected applicants to visit the Columbus Citizens Foundation for a mandatory interview.
Approximately one month after interviews, the committee decides which applicant will be awarded the scholarship. Applicants are notified by email of the committee’s decision.
How To Apply
The scholarship application process is now open. Please read all instructions before applying. The application deadline is June 1, 2019.
STEP 1: Complete the Morgagni Medical Scholarship Application below.
STEP 2: Submit all required supporting documents directly to Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship Department (by mail: 8 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021) by the June 1, 2019 deadline.
Please note: Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Medical Student Summer Fellowship Program
Medical Student Summer Fellowships are $3,000 grants awarded to medical students wishing to spend a summer conducting brain tumor research with esteemed scientist mentors. The intent of this program is to motivate talented medical students to pursue a career in neuro-oncology research. The ABTA Grant Application Portal opens in early November with an application due date of mid to late January.
DEADLINE: January 9, 2020
•Must be currently enrolled in the first, second or third year of medical school
•Must conduct the proposed research and training at the Mentor’s institution
•Must not have previously been a fellow on an ABTA Medical Student Summer
•Is not required to be a U.S. citizen or resident
For six weeks, PCLP Scholars actively engage with a CHC Site Partner and PCLP mentors in leadership training, team-based project activities, and healthcare service delivery.
PCLP Scholar candidates must meet the following eligibility:
- Proof of U.S. citizenship or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) approval letter
- Currently enrolled in an accredited medical school or graduate-level nursing or physician assistant program located in the U.S.
- Identification as an underrepresented minority student* in healthcare and/or socioeconomically disadvantaged student
- Demonstrated leadership early in career
- Commitment to serving medically underserved communities
*NMF designates the following racial/ethnic groups as underrepresented minorities: African American, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American (including American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian), Asian American (Vietnamese and Cambodian only), and Pacific Islander.
PCLP Scholars will be placed at one of their partner community health centers during the summer to participate in a summer service-learning opportunity focused on developing leadership skills.
Scholars each receive a $5,000 scholarship stipend that is expected to cover travel, living, and lodging expenses during the service-learning experience period.
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Early Decision applications are due December 15, 2019.
General applications are due January 17, 2020.
For additional information about the NMF Primary Care Leadership Program, please visit https://nmfonline.org/about-our-scholarships-and-awards/service-learning-programs/nmf-primary-care-leadership-program/
With 1 out of 10 people affected by rare disease, still, medical professionals often do not recognize or encounter one of the 7,000 that exist today.
In an effort to build the bridge of understanding and compassion among medical professionals, Global Genes presents the third year of the David R. Cox Scholarship for Rare Compassion. This scholarship program is an opportunity for emerging medical students to connect to the rare disease community with the goal of developing and understanding compassion for the challenges and lifestyles that patients diagnosed with a rare disease are faced with everyday.
All medical students are eligible to be matched with a rare disease patient and/or family, and those who meet the requirements may have the opportunity to submit an essay or audio submission about their experience for consideration to receive a scholarship.
First and second year medical students are invited to submit an essay for
this prize. In preparation, students are required to build a relationship with a
patient, family, or advocate affected by a rare or neglected disease in order
to write about the experience, or to write about an experience with a patient
with a rare or neglected disease that has occurred within the last 12 months.
For questions and more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.