Sadun Research Fellowship in Ophthalmology
The Sadun Ophthalmology Research Fellowship provides students who are interested in pursuing a career in ophthalmology with the necessary tools, skills, and experiences to become leaders in ophthalmology and vision research.
As the Chair of the Doheny Eye Institute and Vice-Chair of Ophthalmology at UCLA, Dr. Alfreo A. Sadun, MD PhD is a world-renowned neuro-ophthalmologist, specializing in diseases of the optic nerve. Publishing over 330 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Sadun is committed to training the next generation of medical students to become leaders in ophthalmology , working with students for over 35 years from Harvard, to USC, and now UCLA. The Sadun laboratory has received NIH funding for over 25 years and students have consistently secured prestigious research grant awards and presented at national conferences. Given the productive spirit of the Sadun Lab in conjunction with a robust network of international research collaborations , students have a track record of publishing numerously in prestigious scientific journals and go on to hold academic positions at top research institutions. The Sadun research fellowship provides students with a plethora of both basic and clinical science research With his flexibility and commitment as a mentor, medical students have successfully balanced their research endeavors simultaneously with medical school, and many have pursued yearlong research fellowships with him.
To learn more about how to get involved, please contact Dr. Sadun’s lab coordinator: Samuel Asanad at email@example.com
Orthopaedic Research Fellowship at UAB (Deadline Fall 2018)
Orthopaedic Surgery at UAB is offering a one year research program for medical students interested in applying for an orthopaedic residency.
This is the 6th year of this program and we have three available fellowship positions.
The research fellows will spend approximately 70% of the time in research activities, and 30% of the time pursuing clinical interests. Clinical time is spent shadowing in the clinic and OR along with attending resident conferences and journal clubs. The research year is overseen by Dr. Brent Ponce, a shoulder specialist. Additional faculty involved in mentoring of the research fellows includes, Dr. Ash Shah, foot and ankle, Dr. Skip Gilbert, pediatric orthopaedics, and Dr. Steven Theiss, Chairman and spine specialist. Research activities to expose the fellows to all aspects of orthopaedics and any of the faculty are encouraged. Previous fellows have pursued projects in shoulder, sports medicine, pediatrics, spine, hand, foot and ankle, joints and tumor.
The salary for the year-long fellowship is $25,000. All research fellows are guaranteed a residency interview.
If interested, please contact: Dr. Brent Ponce, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or our current research fellows Andrew Moon at Andrew.Moon@tufts.edu, Sam Huntley at email@example.com and Eva Lehtonen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Application materials can be found at: http://www.uab.edu/medicine/orthopaedics/education/fellowships/research
National Medical Fellowships (Application deadlines into August)Please see all available NMF scholarship applications that are still open here: https://nmf.fluidreview.com/
Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience (SCORE) (Deadline January 31, 2019)
the Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience (SCORE) program which welcomes qualified final year visiting MD students underrepresented in medicine, socially, economically, or educationally disadvantaged, and whose backgrounds and experiences would diversify their clinical fields for a 4-week residential clinical rotation at Stanford School of Medicine.
We will appreciate if you can inform your students about this program and forward the SCORE webpage link widely to visiting MD students considering Stanford Medicine for residency.
What Students Can Anticipate
Visit the SCORE webpage for additional information.