GHC STUDENT SUMMER TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP 2014 Awards
We are proud to announce the winners of the OHSU Global Health Center Student Summer Travel Scholarship research – education awards for 2014 and wish to thank the following funders for their generous donations.
- R. Bradley Sack International Scholarship Fund
- GHC Foundation Fund
- GHC Student Interest Group
OHSU Global Health Center - R. Bradley Sack International Scholarship FundThe R. Bradley Sack International Scholarship Fund was created for senior OHSU medical students through a generous donation from Dr. Sack, Professor of International Health in the Division of Disease Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Hygiene and Public Health. Dr. Sack's remarkable career has spanned decades, since he received his MD degree from the University of Oregon, School of Medicine in the early 1960s. His clinical training in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases was supplemented by research training in microbiology, which led to an interest in infectious diarrheal diseases in adults and children. His clinical and research work at the International Center for Diarrheal Disease Research in Bangladesh culminated in the development and promotion of Oral Rehydration Therapy, which has saved countless lives.
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO 3RD AND 4TH YEAR OHSU MEDICAL STUDENTS -
Academic Year 2015 application details TBADates to be posted mid year:
- Late January, 2015 - Application process opens
- Mid March, 2015 - Submission deadline
- April, 2015 - Scholarship award notification
A competitive scholarship award is available to third and fourth year OHSU medical students, who have completed one the following courses and submitted a (signed by your Dean) Good Academic Standing form to the GHC:
Scholarship applicants must arrange to view the GHC Preparatory Travel Seminar.training, a 1-1/2 hour recording which is available to view in Mac Hall 1162 Contact email@example.com to pre-arrange an appointment.
If you plan to work in a non OHSU hospital or clinic, either locally or globally, you will need to apply for an OHSU Off Campus Authorization. (Please note: you must be logged on to OHSU's network to complete this application.)
See also Research > Grant Opportunities
Scholarship for service opportunity for students to fully fund undergraduate or graduate education. The SMART (Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation) Program will pay for all educational expenses for a B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. program, and then provide scholars unique opportunities to work as research scientists or engineers on cutting edge technology in world class Department of Defense facilities. A comprehensive list of facilities can be found on the SMART website: This is a highly competitive, national program, open to U.S. citizens only.
Length: 1 year
Eligibility: US graduate-level researchers, included MD or PhD students. (medical students do the fellowship between MS3 and MS4 years)
Type of Work: Mentored and hands-on clinical research at a site in the developing world.
Receipt dates: Announce in mid-summer with a receipt date in early December
NIH/Fogarty International Clinical Research Fellows Program
Length: 1 year
Eligibility: Medical residents and fellows, scientists with PhD degree who engaged in health-related post-doctoral programs.
Type of Work: Mentored and hands-on clinical research training at one of 36 pre-vetted sites in the developing world.
Receipt dates: Early December.
View a list provided by UC Davis of external fellowships/scholarships available to science and humanities undergraduate and graduate students.
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
View fellowships available at American Fellowships
Benjamin H. Kean Traveling Fellowship in Tropical Medicine
Award: Round-trip airfare plus $700 expenses
Length: One-month or longer
Eligibility: Medical Students
Type of Work: Research or Clinical Electives in tropical countries
Infectious Disease Society of America Medical Scholars Program
Length: One to three months
Eligibility: Medical Students
Type of Work: Research or clinical work in infectious diseases, may be used domestically as well.
Deadline for submission: Early March
Wilderness Medical Society Houston Awards for Research in Wilderness or Environmental Medicine.
Award: The Charles S. Houston Award is for medical students $5,000
Award: The Research-in-Training Award is for residents and fellows of an accredited graduate medical education program or doctoral candidates working towards a PhD, $6,000.
Award: The Herbert N. Hultgren Award is for members of the WMS Society, $7,000.
Length: Research conducted over the course of a year.
Type of Work: Research project likely to result in a substantive contribution to the field of wilderness and environmental medicine.
Eligibility: See above.