Funding for Research at Home and Abroad
Funding Opportunities Compiled by Penn Med
Benjamin H. Kean Travel Fellowship in Tropical Medicine
Administered by the Society’s American Committee on Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers’ Health, the Fellowship provides travel expenses for medical students who arrange clinical tropical medicine or tropical medicine research electives in areas afflicted by tropical diseases.
Charles Carpenter Traveling Fellowship
This medical student travel fund has been established to honor Dr. Charles Carpenter, Professor of Medicine and Principal Investigator Center for AIDS Research. The fellowship assists to defray the expenses incurred by Brown medical students attending national meetings.
The Charles Carpenter Traveling Fellowship is available to medical students who have been selected to attend national meetings in which they are presenting (oral or posters). The student MUST be the first author on the abstract. This award can be up to $500 per student and should be used for: Accommodations, Transportation, Conference fees, & General travel expenses.
The student will be required to submit original receipts upon completion of travel.
Director of Medical Student Affairs
Ph: 401-863-1616 / Alexandra_Morang@Brown.edu
International Affairs Travel Fund (IATF) – Graduate Students
The Graduate Student International Affairs Travel Fund is available to full time Brown graduate students who are conducting research abroad or delivering a paper at an international conference. The IATF is a supplementary allowance to assist with travel expenses of one professional trip per academic year. Students may apply for up to $750 for the Americas and Europe and up to $1000 for Asia, Africa and beyond. Applicants may combine this fund with Graduate School funds and other sources. Requests for the IATF may be submitted at any time prior to travel.
Society for the History of Navy Medicine – Travel Grant
The Society was founded to promote and support research, scholarship and publication of work concerning all aspects of the history of navy, or maritime, medicine. To encourage this, the Society will provide one annual travel grant up to $750 to present a paper on any relevant topic at the Society’s Annual Meeting and Papers Session.
A limited amount of funds are available through the Student Affairs Office to support travel to professional conferences. Priority is given to students presenting their work and/or representing Brown in a leadership capacity.
Director of Medical Student Affairs
Ph: 401-863-1616 / Alexandra_Morang@brown.edu.
American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Student Scholarships in Cerebrovascular Disease and Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
The Scientific Councils of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association want to stimulate interest, knowledge, and investigative work by students in medicine, nursing, public health, nutrition, and other allied health disciplines to conduct research projects related to cardiovascular disease, stroke, and basic sciences early on in the course of pre-doctoral training.
Brown University Library Grant Finding Page
Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society Scholarships (PA)
The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society is currently accepting scholarship applications from Pennsylvania residents. Fund Amount: $1,000-$2,500.
Massachusetts Medical Society Scholarships
The MMS offers scholarships from $500 to $5,000 for medical students who are legal residents of towns in participating districts. See site for more details. Some scholarships require membership in MMS.
Medical Student Research Projects in Geriatrics
The Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research at Brown University, funded by a grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, is offering seed grants for medical student curriculum development projects in geriatrics. Students enrolled in the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University are eligible to apply. Students who are doing scholarly concentrations in aging or have curriculum SAs from the Reynolds Program are eligible to apply, but the seed grant proposal must be different from the scholarly concentration project or SA. Each grant will need an identified faculty member who will serve as an advisor to the project. Awards will be up to $1,000. Awards are for one year. Budgets should be planned according to this timeframe. Unused funds will be transferred back to The Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research. The Awards are not transferable to other institutions. The overall merit of the project will be considered and evaluated by the Director of the Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research and a selection committee.
Renee Shield at Renee_Shield@brown.edu
The Rhode Island Medical Women’s Association (RIMWA) is offering funding to Brown University medical students up to $500. In keeping with RIMWA’s mission of recognizing the special needs of women in medicine, as both practitioners and patients, this funding opportunity seeks to support research in women’s health and gender specific medicine. Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with a description of their project, budget needs and relevance to the broad mission of RIMWA. Awardees will be asked to present their research during the Annual Meeting held the first week of May.
Megan Turcotte, RIMWA Assoc Director; Email: email@example.com
Teaching Assistant Positions
The Office of Summer and Continuing Studies may have funded teaching assistant positions for intensive introduction to medicine courses for high school students.
Office of Summer and Continuing StudiesBox TAttn: Maria Byerly(401) 863-6216Maria_Byerly@brown.edu