From identifying funding sources to accepting awards, UNE's Office of Sponsored Programs works with faculty to support research.
AOA has identified five research priorities it believes have the greatest potential to impact patient care and evidence-based medicine. Programs are designed as a mechanism for supporting the research training of the applicant and will enable the applicant to conduct a basic science, clinical, or health services research project that will make a significant contribution to osteopathic medicine. Additionally, these programs seek to encourage physicians in training and medical students to contribute to osteopathic research throughout their career. Application requests for the Osteopathic Medical Students Research Program is available in late fall with a deadline in late January to early February. Check the AOA website for details.
Research and training opportunities available for current medical students such as the NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research working side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Application deadlines vary, please visit the AAMC website for details.
The purpose of this grant is to encourage medical students to consider a career in cardiovascular research. The need for new researchers in the health sciences, from basic science to human behaviors, is critical. Available to eligible applicants in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont, this program is designed to provide students at the crossroads of career choices an opportunity to experience research first hand with an established investigator. For program description and application details, please see the AHA Founders Affiliate website for the application details.
American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) offers a variety of grants, scholarships, and awards for osteopathic medical students. You can access application deadlines and a complete list of AOF Student Grants, Scholarships, and Awards on the AOF website.
The Student Summer Fellowship program offers opportunities for medical students to complete a research or service project related to community health. Please check the foundation's website for the application deadline.
FFS was founded to encourage and fund research in ophthalmology, vision, and related sciences. The goal of FFS is to facilitate research in detection, understanding, prevention, treatment, and cures of visual disorders, especially those diseases leading to impaired sight or blindness. Application for Summer Student Award is typically due end of February to early March; please check the FFS website for details.
FAER’s Medical Student Anesthesia Research Fellowships program provides funding to support medical students over a summer focusing on anesthesiology research, training in scientific methods and techniques, and learning how to incorporate research into a medical career. Please see the foundation's website for the application details which vary for the host department and students.
Sponsored by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), the MSTAR Program provides medical students with an enriching experience in aging-related research and geriatrics, under the mentorship of top experts in the field. It introduces students to research and academic experiences early in their training that they might not otherwise have during medical school. Updated application materials become available each fall with a January application deadline.
The NIH Loan Repayment Programs are a set of programs established by Congress and designed to recruit and retain highly qualified health professionals into biomedical or biobehavioral research careers.
The Medical Research Scholars Program is a comprehensive, year-long research enrichment program designed to attract the most creative, research-oriented medical, dental, and veterinary students to the intramural campus of the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. Updated application materials become available in early fall with an application deadline in early January. Learn More.
The goal of RTCD fellowships is to provide institutional research training opportunities (including international) to trainees at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels.
The Sarnoff Fellowship Program offers medical students enrolled in accredited U.S. medical schools the opportunity to spend a year conducting intensive work in a biomedical research facility in the United States, other than the medical school in which they are enrolled. Sarnoff seeks individuals with demonstrated intellectual and academic achievement, as well as leadership ability. Although applicants may have prior research experience, applications are also encouraged from students without extensive prior research experience. Applications are encouraged from second and third year medical students. Fourth year medical students are required to submit an official letter from their medical schools granting graduation deferment.
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States. Applications typically open in the spring and due in October. See additional information here.