Funding for Research at Home and Abroad
Interdisciplinary Framework in Global Health Scholarships
Framework in Global Health Scholarships enable undergraduate students, medical students, residents and fellows, and MPH and PhD graduate students to work on global health research for a minimum of 8 weeks at an international site. Successful applicants receive up to $3,500 to support global health research, service, and advocacy activities directly linked to Brown University faculty scholarly projects.
International Travel Fund – Graduate Students
The International Travel Fund provides funding for graduate student conference presentations and research studies abroad. Awards range from $200 to $1,000. Funding decisions are based on the distance of the international conference from the continental United States, the budget requested, and the availability of funding at the time the request is received by the Graduate School. The Graduate School must receive completed applications at least one month prior to travel.
The Alpert Medical School has a limited pool of funds to help support students attending national and international academic conferences either to present scholarly work or to represent AMS in a leadership capacity. AMS may be able to reimburse students for reasonable (coach) travel and lodging expenses, and conference registration fees. Please understand that this funding is limited. We encourage students to budget wisely and consider cost-sharing measures, such as sharing hotel rooms, when possible.
In order ensure the greatest amount of equity possible across a large student body, an individual student will only be eligible for a single financial award in any given fiscal year (July 1 through June 30).
Emily Green, Director, Student and Faculty Development
(401) 863-9139 / Emily_Green@brown.edu
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.
Funding Opportunities Compiled by Penn Med
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.
RIMWA Women’s Health Research Scholarship
The Rhode Island Medical Women’s Association (RIMWA) is offering funding to Brown University Undergraduate scholars or 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 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. For More Information contact Jane Coutu at 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 Studies Box T Attn: Maria Byerly (401) 863-6216 Maria_Byerly@brown.edu
The Nora Kahn Piore Award
For more information, we welcome you to send questions to: The Brown University School of Public Health via email.