Versaci Research Scholarship

The Armand D. Versaci Research Scholar in Surgical Sciences Award provides two years of salary support for residents or fellows to train under the direct supervision of a qualified mentor. The objective of the program is to foster the development of physician-scientists who will go on to academic careers in surgery.

This award was established to recognize and support the research initiatives of outstanding residents and fellows to be mentored by Brown Medical School faculty.  Aware of the challenges of funding the medical research done by surgical residents and fellows, The Carter Charitable Trust Foundation established the award to help meet the cost of their stipends, and to honor the distinguished career of Armand D. Versaci, MD, who passed away recently on June 17, 2015 at the age of 91.  

Learn more about the Versaci Residents and their projects, the Versaci requirements  or the history of Dr. Armand D. Versaci

START DATE: July 1st

For more information, please contact:
Jorge Albina, M.D.
(401) 444-4296
[email protected]



Versaci residents Whitney Young (2013-15), Tristen Chun and Brittany Potz (2014-16)Versaci residents Whitney Young (2013-15), Tristen Chun and Brittany Potz (2014-16)