Learn our graduate medical education residency and fellowship opportunities. Open to all MD Anderson graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC) in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is seeking applications for its NIMH-funded T-32 post-doctoral research training program, Basic Translational Research Training in Traumatic Stress Across the Lifespan (T32MH018869). Successful applicants will demonstrate a strong commitment to a career in clinical science and must hold a doctoral degree in psychology, psychiatry, social work, or similar field. The NCVC is a division of the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC in Charleston, SC.
The Graduate Center for Vision Research at the SUNY College of Optometry runs a summer research program supported by the National Eye Institute. The program is designed to help avoid a future shortage of clinician-investigators by attracting health professional students into clinical and health-related research as a career. Optometry students who participate in the program receive an NEI (T-35) Pre-doctoral Research Fellowship stipend of $4,775 for a full-time, ten week, summer commitment (June 1 to August 7 2015), and up to $875 for research-related expenses. The SUNY College of Optometry has 8 trainee fellowship slots that are open to students who have just completed their first or second years in any U.S. optometry program. Summer Schedule The program will run for (10 weeks) each summer.
Students in this year’s class will either receive the Fellowship for Doctoral Students of African Descent or the Fellowship for Latino a, Asian, and First Nations Doctoral Students. Each Fellow will receive a living stipend up to $25,000 to help further their studies beyond the coursework stage.
<p>Learn our graduate medical education residency and fellowship opportunities.</p> <p>These are invited talks by distinguished scientists and industrial leaders (also from a variety of collaborating institutions) who inform trainees alternate (non-academic) career paths including private industry, Intellectual Property Lawyers, and pharmaceutical companies. Open to all MD Anderson graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.</p> <p>There is an extremely active poster session and from this event, prizes are awarded for the classified, graduate student and postdoctoral M.D. Fellow category with the winners in each category being endowed travel funds to present their work at a national meeting.</p> <p>Open to all MD Anderson graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.</p>
NACME: The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering vision is an engineering workforce that looks like America. The awards are intended to support students with an interest in pursuing a career in research with plans to attend graduate studies in biomedical engineering. The Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship Program funded by the National Science Foundation is committed to increasing the quality and quantity of underrepresented minority students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics PHD degree programs.
Meléndez, who studies ocean acidification with Joe Salisbury, research associate professor in UNH’s Ocean Process Analysis Laboratory, says the one-year $25,000 stipend will help me concentrate on doing my own work for the last year of my Ph.D. Meléndez is grateful to be among the just 5 percent of fellowship applicants accepted by the Ford Foundation. The prestigious Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship represents the opportunity to strengthen my academic objectives and goals, she says. And as a minority in New Hampshire striving to foster passion and growth for others within my field, this fellowship is an opportunity to connect and learn from others striving to realize similar goals.
The Regional Discussion Fellowship is currently full, and the Trinity International University-Illinois is not accepting applications at this time. Consider joining the Henry Regional Discussion Fellowship. Building off of the Creation Project’s team of resident scholars, the Discussion Fellowship is intended to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary conversation that advances evangelical understanding of the doctrine of creation. The fellowship will gather quarterly during the academic year for a half-day colloquium that includes discussion of recent books in the field, presentation of papers that are in progress, and other activities that will advance understanding and interdisciplinary engagement.
The Jane Baerwald Aron Doctoral Fellowship Program provides partial support to social work doctoral candidates who are engaged in dissertation research in health care policy and practice. The fellowship program was established in 1987 as a tribute to Aron, who was a leader in health care policy and education.
The students featured below have earned competitively awarded fellowships in recognition of strong academic performance toward their respective doctoral degrees. Information on the individual fellowship programs and other university funding opportunities for graduate students is available here.
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The aim of this fellowship is to support well-defined doctoral work from Harvard University students focused on innovations in public participation and political participation in non-democracies. The fellowship affords doctoral candidates the time and space to work on completing their dissertations without the obligation of teaching at a critical time in their program. Fellows will receive a stipend of $30,000 annually and shared work space at the Ash Center.