Applications are now invited for the Medical Student Research Fellowship Program. Through this fellowship, students will have opportunity explore a research career pediatric neuro-oncology. The winning fellows will have a range of benefits including stipend of $32,000. To apply, all required documents must be received by 31 December each year.
Jack and Susan Rudin and the Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation are presenting Medical Student Research fellowship. Medical students, who want to explore a research career pediatric neuro-oncology, are eligible to apply. The fellowship program focuses on central nervous system (CNS) tumors in children.
- The Fellowship will provide the awardees a stipend of $32,000 for the research year.
- The Fellowship will also provide support for publication costs, travel, and meeting registration that are directly applicable to the work conducted during the year.
Level and Area of Studies
Research program in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology.
Place of Research
At an accredited medical school in North America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Applicant must Intended to help medical students explore a research career in pediatric neuro-oncology.
- The applicant must be in good academic standing at an accredited medical school in the North America.
- For consideration the applicant must be willing to take one year off from their formal academic schedule. The fellowship can be conducted any time after the student has completed aminimum of two years of medical college.
The United States students may apply this scholarship.
The application package must consist the materials below:
- Scientific Proposal (Title, Objective(s), Background, Methods, and Impact: 3-page limit without references)
- Letters of reference (2)
- Sponsoring PI letter of support
- Student affairs or Dean’s letter of commitment from parent institution.
31 December each year.