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AAMC Loan Repayment/Forgiveness and Scholarship Programs
This searchable data base provides detailed information about the many State and Federal Repayment programs, and Loan and Scholarship programs available to allopathic medicine and other health professions students. AAMC Loan Repayment Program
Alpha Epsilon Iota Scholarship
This scholarship awards up to $3,500 a year and is renewable for three years to women who are enrolled in an accredited U.S. medical school. Students must be a U.S. citizen. Awards are based on financial need and academic merit. Contact AEI Scholarship Fund, c/o Society Trust Bank Dept. B, Todd Jones, Vice President, 100 South Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 or call (313) 994-5555.
Deadline: Not specified.
Alpha Omega Alpha Student Essay Award
This scholarship encourages medical students to address general topics in medicine and enables Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society to recognize excellent and thoughtful student presentations in a tangible way. Essay topics may be on any non-technical aspect of medicine. Prizes are $2,000 for first, $750 second, $500 third and up to three honorable mention awards of $250 each. Authors must be enrolled at medical schools with active Alpha Omega Alpha chapters but do not need to be members of the organization. For more information www.alphaomegaalpha.org
Deadline: January 31st.
Alpha Omega Alpha Student Research Fellowships
Alpha Omega Alpha offers fellowships to first, second and third year medical students. Fellowships are $5,000 for the student in support of research, plus up to $1000 for travel to present research results at the national meeting, and $500 to the faculty supervisor to meet incurred expenses of the project. PhD students, MD/PhD students, and those with PhDs are not eligible. Students from any school with an active Alpha Omega Alpha chapter are eligible to apply, but each school may nominate only one candidate. Applications should be submitted to the Alpha Omega Alpha chapter councillor. For more information For more information www.alphaomegaalpha.org
Deadline: January 31st.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Minority Medical Student Fellowships
Awards up to five $2500 fellowships for work during the summer with a child and adolescent psychiatrist mentor plus expenses for attendance at the 5 day AACAP Annual Meeting. Student must be from an African-American, Native American, Alaskan Native, Mexican American, Hispanic and Pacific Islander background and a student at an accredited US Medical School. Applications are available by contacting the AACAP, 3615 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016-3007 or by calling (800) 333-7636 ext 113 www.aacap.org
Application deadline: Not specified.
The American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation Scholarship
AMAERF sponsors financial aid programs( scholarships, loans and grants) for medical students.In late February, the AMA Foundation will send a detailed packet of scholarship information to each medical school's Dean's office or Office of Student Affairs. It is through one of these offices that you can receive nomination and application information. It is the Office of the Dean or the Dean's Designate that must submit nominations to the AMA Foundation for the scholarships. The following scholarships are offered: AMA Foundation Minority Scholars Award ( 10 $10,000 scholarships awarded), AMA Foundation Physicians of Tommorrow Scholarship ( 5, $10,000 scholarships awarded to rising 4th year students), AMA Foundation Scholars Fund ( $1000 scholarships awarded based on financial need and academic excellence).
For more information, contact Dina Lindenberg, Program Officer, (312) 464-4193, firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: Varies.
The American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program in Neuroscience
Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the objective of the program is "to increase the number of ethnic minorities who complete the doctorate in neuroscience and who conduct research in areas identified as important by the NIMH." There is also a Summer Program in Neuroscience, Ethics, and Survival (SPINES), and several other programs. For more information, call (202) 336-6027, send e-mail t email@example.com, or via the Internet at http://www.apa.org/mfp
Deadline: January 15th.
The American Society of Hematology Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP)
The American Society of Hematology's MMSAP program provides funds to medical students to allow them to complete a summer research experience and to attend the ASH annual meeting. The research experience is approximately 8-12 weeks for 1st and 2nd year minority medical students. Awards include a $5,000 stipend and the benefit of 2 mentors to assist with their experience. For more information, contact ASH Awars at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 776-0544. Applications are available at: www.hematology.org/education/awards/mmsap.cfm
Application deadline: March 15th.
The Chinese American Medical Society Summer Research Outreach Program
The society offers scholarships for Med students working on summer research projects. The research can be basic science or clinical in nature and must be completed within 10 weeks. A written report is required at the completion of the project. Preference will be given to projects that relate to the study of health problems of the Chinese. Approved recipients will receive a $1000 monthly stipend.
Applications are available at: http://camsociety.org/programs.htm
Application deadline: April 30, 2011.
Wellsford and Mildred Clark Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, administered by the Waterbury Medical Association is provided for students entering their 4th year of medical school. Eligibility criteria include: Resident of Connecticut for 5 years, rising 4th year medical student, enrollment is an accredited medical school, financial need, academic excellence determined by transcripts and board scores, activities and community service, letters of recommendation, personal income disclosure statement, written statement of student's career goals. Applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid Services. Award amount is up to $20,000.
Application deadline: April 30th.
Roberta and Joseph Czarsty Endowment Fund Scholarship Loan Program
Medical students who have completed at least 1 year of medical school may apply for this program. Non-interest scholarship loans are given to students , preference given to those who are from Connecticut and a demonstrated committment to family practice. Financial need is not a prime factor in the program. Students from other states with a committment to family practice may also be considered. Applicants who receive funds and completes a residency in family practice shall have the loan cancelled. Students who accept funds and then complete a residency in an area other than family practice will have the scholarship loan repayable without interest within three years after the start of residency training.
Applications are available at: http://www.ctafp.org/residents-a-students/6-student-activities/52-scholarships.html and contact info: Craig Czarsty, M.D., Connecticut Academy of Family Physicians, P.O. Box 30, Bloomfield, CT 06002. (860) 243-3977, (800) 600-CAFP
Application deadline: June 1st.
Betty Ford Institute for Medical Students Scholarship Program
Scholarships are offered to medical students to participate in a five day experiential program in the Inpatient or Family Program at the Betty Ford Center, Rancho Mirage, California. This experience is designed to give students a better insight of the addictive disease and recovery process. A total of 60 scholarships are offered to attend one of seven sessions offered. Applications can be obtained via the internet at www.bettyfordcenter.org
Application deadline: March 15.
Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP)
HPSP is for Medical and Dental school students, and it includes: 100% Tuition, Books, required fees and equipment, a monthly stipend of $2060.00, and a $20,000.00 bonus. Any inquiries should contact Sergeant First Class Eugene Arcurio at (877)359-8532, email@example.com, or by mail at Charleston Health Care Recruiting at 215 East Bay St, Suite 204 Charleston, SC 29401
Japanese Medical Society Scholarship Award
The society offers scholarships to students who are of Japanese ancestry, enrolled or accepted as a student in a US medical school, and demonstrate merit and need. Contact the Japanese Medical Society of America, Inc., Scholarship Committee, 17 East 89th Street, NY,NY 10128. (212) 305-3068 or at www.jmsa.org
Deadline: December 31, 2011.
Lycoming County Medical Society Scholarship
Scholarship amounts up to $2,250 for a Pennysylvania resident from Lycoming county, PA who attends medical school full time. Preference is given to first year students.
Applications are available at: www.foundationpamedsoc.org
Application deadline: September 30th.
Dr. Frank and Florence Marino Scholarship
The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving offers renewable scholarships ranging from $1,000-$2000. Students must have attended Connecticut public/parochial schools for at least eight years, graduated from a Connecticut public/parochial high school and be accepted/attending an accredited medical school. Students should be in their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of medical school demonstrating academic excellence and financial need. contact Sarah Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 548-1888.
Application deadline: May 11, 2012.
Thomas Brown McClelland Trust Scholarship Program
This program provides financial aid to medical students who have graduated from a high school in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Students must be able to meet with the selection committee for an interview during March or April in Miami, Fla. Applications are available by contacting: email@example.com
Website: http://www.clubrunner.ca/portal/SitePages/SitePage.aspx?accountid=7437&pid=56374 Application deadline: January 28, 2012.
Muhlenberg Foundation, Inc. Scholarships
The Muhlenberg Foundation, Inc is accepting applications for the 2012 Lapsley Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is for MD students from New Jersey, specifically residing in Union, Somerset and Middlesex Counties. The candidate must have attended elementary or secondary school in these counties. Academic merit and financial need are other factors in determining awardees.
Applications are available at: www.jfkmc.org/the-lapsley-scholarship
Deadline: May 1st.
NIH/NCI Summer Student Fellowship Program
This program is held at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. It is an 8 week program for first and second year medical students designed to promote interest in oncology and research. 25 $5,500 fellowships are available to medical students in their first two years of study in an accredited US medical school.The fellowships begin in June.
Applications are available at:www.mskcc.org/summerfellowships
Application deadline: January 17, 2012.
Nicholas J. Pisacano, M.D. Foundation
The Pisacano Scholars Leadership Program provides educational programs, leadership training and funding for outstanding 4th year medical students for a 4 year period. Students must make a commitment to the Family Practice specialty. The funding program is to help reimburse a portion of the medical school debt incurred by the students by the conclusion of their required 3 year residency. The maximum scholarship award is $28,000. Eligibility criteria include: students entering their 4th year of medical school next fall, declaration of intent to specialize in Family Practice. Applicants will be judged on commitment to Family Practice specialty, leadership, academic performance, character, interpersonal skills, communication skills etc. Applications are available online at: www.fpleaders.org
Application deadline: March 1st.
SC Medical Association Alliance/SC Institute for Medical Education and Research/SC Medical Association Scholarship Competition
SCMAA, SCIMER and SCMA offer several scholarships for current medical students attending USC and MUSC. The following is a list of the annual awards:
one $1,000 scholarship for a medical student from Dillon County or the Pee Dee region who is interested in family medicine;
one $2,500 scholarship for a medical student from Spartanburg, Laurens, Cherokee, or Union County;
one $2,500 scholarship for a medical student from Conway or Horry County;
one $2,000 scholarship for a medical student from Darlington County who is interested in occupational medicine or family medicine;
one $1,000 scholarship for a rising senior or junior medical student from Greenville County;
one $2,000 scholarship for a medical student from Florence County;
one $1,000 scholarship for a medical student from Spartanburg County;
one $2,000 scholarship for a student from Charleston County,
two $2,000 scholarships for medical students from Greenville County;
one $2,500 scholarship for a medical student who is a graduate of Lander University or Irmo High School, or is a native South Carolinian;
one $2,500 scholarship for an MUSC medical student,
one $3,500 scholarship for a medical student from Bamberg County;
one $2,500 scholarship for a medical student from Spartanburg County
Application deadline: March 5, 2010.
Myrtle Siegfried, MD and Michael Vigilante, MD scholarship
This scholarship awards up to $1000 for Pennysylvania residents from Berks, Lehigh or Northampton County and are first year medical students. Applications are available at : www.foundationpamedsoc.org
Application deadline: September 30th.
Southern Medical Association
Research grant and residency loan funds are available to medical students, residents, and graduate research physicians. Loans of up to $5,000 may be awarded annually. Interest begins accruing at the beginning of the second year of residency. Membership applications must be on file for those applying for either grants or loans. Call 1-800-423-4992 ext. 247 to request information and an application.
Application Deadline: April 1.
Dr. Grover White Scholarship Program
This scholarship program is funded by an endowment by the Community Foundation of Gaston County, NC in memory of Dr. White. Scholarships up to $1500 are offered annually by the foundation. Eligibility criteria include: must be a resident of Gaston, Cleveland or Lincoln County, NC or York County, SC and attend school in North or South Carolina. Applicants must be seeking an advanced degree in a medical related field such as MD, Dental Medicine, PA, PT or Nurse Practitioner, hold a bachelors degre and have a 3.5 minimum GPA. Applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid Services.
Application deadline: March 2nd.
Wilhelm-Frankowski Community Service Scholarship
The American Medical Womens' Association offers this scholarship of $4000 to an AMWA student member. Medical students attending an accredited US medical school in their mid first, second or third year are eligible to apply. Eligibility criteria include: community service, work, research and participation in women's health issues andparticipation in AMWA activities and/or other women in medicine or medical student groups. To request an application, contact Marie Glanz at AMWA 801 North Fairfax Street Suite 400 Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 838-0500 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: April 30th.
Worcester District Medical Society
Massachusetts District offers scholarships to 2nd, 3rd and 4th year medical students who are in financial need and legal residents of Massachusetts. Interviews are conducted via telephone and personal interviews may be required. Applications can be obtained at : www.wdms.org
Application deadline: July 29, 2011.
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