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Amount: $1500
External Programs and Funding

Eligible categories include: Clinical Infectious Diseases, Clinical Research, Epidemiology, International Health, Laboratory Research, Medical Education and or Prevention. The Medical Student Research Training (MSRT) program provides mentored support for medical students interested in taking a year off from their medical school studies to work in an academic research lab. The opportunity provides for research to be conducted either during a continual period of a minimum of 8 to 10 weeks 30 hours or per week, or an average of 4 hours per week for 12 months over a period of 1 to 2 years, for clinical investigation, basic laboratory research, epidemiology, social science health services research, leadership, or professionalism.

Amount: $92260
Financial Information for the School of Medicine

And, to honor outstanding alumni of Washington University, the Medical Center Alumni Association created in 1989 the Distinguished Alumni Scholarship Program. In 1998, the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Medical Staff Association committed to funding one full-tuition, four-year scholarship to a student in each entering class. Scholarship recipients are selected on intelligence, character, personal accomplishments and goals, motivation for medicine, aptitude for science, leadership potential, communication skills and diversity of life experience. Selection of the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Medical Staff Association Scholar is the same as for the Distinguished Student Scholarship. Established in 1988 to provide scholarship support to financially deserving medical students. Established in 1998 by the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Medical Staff Association to provide financial assistance to students based on academic excellence.

Amount: $25000
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Individual Predoctoral MD PhD or Other

Because the F30 program is intended to support individuals matriculated in an integrated, dual-degree programduring both their graduate research training and clinical training, the F30 cannot be used to support only the clinical training years. A clinical training sponsor, in an area of clinical interest to the applicant, may also be appropriate. Describe any clinical tutorials during the graduate research years and any activities to ease transition from the graduate to the clinical years of the dual-degree program. On the timeline, indicate the estimated percentage of time that will be devoted to clinical and research-related activities each year and indicate where, on this timeline, the applicant is at the time of application.

Amy Li awarded ARCS Fellowship

The Seattle Chapter of ARCS Foundation contributes to the advancement of science and technology by funding PhD fellowships for academically outstanding scholars in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math at the University of Washington and Washington State University. Jackson’s research program has been supported by funding from the NIH National Cancer Institute Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Following an internship at Valley Medical Center, Karan worked as a clinical pharmacist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Seattle and completed a residency.

Amount: $10000
Pelletier wins AFPE Fellowship renewal

Jackson’s research program has been supported by funding from the NIH National Cancer Institute Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Following an internship at Valley Medical Center, Karan worked as a clinical pharmacist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Seattle and completed a residency. In fact, he is highly sought-after for pharmacy internships and clinical rotations. The Kathy McDonough and Dennis Yamamoto Endowed Scholarship in Pharmacy will support students with financial need and their Research Endowment in Pharmacy will support research in clinical pharmacology and clinical pharmacokinetics with a priority on drug interactions.

Amount: $1000
Med Chem Student Receives Barnes Fellowship

Jackson’s research program has been supported by funding from the NIH National Cancer Institute Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Following an internship at Valley Medical Center, Karan worked as a clinical pharmacist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Seattle and completed a residency. In fact, he is highly sought-after for pharmacy internships and clinical rotations. The Kathy McDonough and Dennis Yamamoto Endowed Scholarship in Pharmacy will support students with financial need and their Research Endowment in Pharmacy will support research in clinical pharmacology and clinical pharmacokinetics with a priority on drug interactions.

Fellowships

Jackson’s research program has been supported by funding from the NIH National Cancer Institute Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Following an internship at Valley Medical Center, Karan worked as a clinical pharmacist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Seattle and completed a residency. In fact, he is highly sought-after for pharmacy internships and clinical rotations. The Kathy McDonough and Dennis Yamamoto Endowed Scholarship in Pharmacy will support students with financial need and their Research Endowment in Pharmacy will support research in clinical pharmacology and clinical pharmacokinetics with a priority on drug interactions.

Amount: $35000
Hematopathology Laboratory Medicine

The ACGME-accredited Hematopathology Fellowship training program at Yale New Haven Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Connecticut Medical Center is designed to provide a comprehensive experience in all aspects of hematopathology including consultative clinical practice, state-of-the-art diagnostic testing, multi-level teaching and an understanding of the principles of biomedical research. The program takes advantage of the rich environment in both anatomic and clinical pathology at these institutions with a special emphasis on integrating all aspects of clinical practice, teaching and research with the other academic activities in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Yale.

Amount: $1943
Scholarships, Grants Loans

The Clinical Laboratory Sciences Scholarship is renewed for a maximum of three years, provided the student maintains a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater and continued enrollment in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program. Carol Lee Sowek ’74 Memorial Scholarship This scholarship was established by Edward and Muriel Sowek in memory of their daughter Carol, a 1974 graduate of ACPHS’s former Medical Technology program. AAACP Memorial Scholarship In honor of the College’s Alumni who have passed on, the Alumni Association of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences established this scholarship fund to assist current students. Excellence in Research Award This award acknowledges the commitment and effort of a senior Bachelor of Science student in the pursuit of new knowledge and scholarship research.

Weill Medicine

The first year of fellowship training is entirely clinical each first year fellow rotates monthly through five clinical services: Benign Hematology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Leukemia, Lymphoma Myeloma and Solid Tumor. The primary activity during the second year of fellowship training is research basic, translational, and or clinical. Clinical research is facilitated via participation in a large multi-institutional cooperative group , and through institutional programs in leukemia, bone marrow stem cell transplant, gene therapy, immunotherapy and novel chemotherapy. The third year of fellowship training is comprised primarily of elective time, allowing each trainee to focus on specific areas of interest while consolidating their clinical and research knowledge and experience. Graduates of the division’s Fellowship Training Program are well prepared for research and or clinical careers.