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FIND SCHOLARSHIPS HERE: https://www.jmsa.org/student-members-merit/scholarships/
The JMSA is dedicated to promoting the exchange of medical and educational information between the US and Japan, as well as in providing valuable medical information to the general public. Many donors, from private individuals to large companies contribute each year to the JMSA scholarship fund to support the education of medical professionals:
By submitting the single application, you are applying for scholarships from various donor sources. The amount of awards varies depending on the donor but have ranged from $2,500 up to $12,000 in the past. In choosing scholarship recipients, the JMSA looks for candidates who:
In your application, you are required to briefly describe a project that you would like to complete related to the JMSA mission. The project can be anything. Examples of past projects include a service to connect elderly Japanese patients with health care, a medical blog in Japanese detailing the experiences of a medical student in America, and a collaborative web site to connect Japanese and American medical students. These are just examples of the types of projects that are feasible.
If you receive an award, you will be expected to attend the awards ceremony during the annual spring dinner in New York where you will have the opportunity to make a presentation introducing your project to the scholarship committee. The scholarship committee will contact with more details if you are awarded. You will be assigned a JMSA mentor who will help you with your project. You will also be required to submit an progress report once in October and again in March.
In addition to the application form, please submit at least one letter of recommendation. The letter of recommendation should be from anyone who knows you well and can comment on how you exemplify the goals of JMSA. English letter writing is preferred, but Japanese is OK too.
Letters should be sent directly from the letter writer via email to the address below:
Erich Anderer, MDapplications@jmsa.org
For any questions about JMSA scholarships, please email Dr.Anderer at email@example.com
The fellowship is a year-long funded research program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery. Students interested in Orthopaedics who have completed their second or third year of medical school are eligible. The application deadline is February 4th, 2019. For more information, please refer to: http://www.chop.edu/pages/benjamin-fox-orthopedic-research-scholar-award
I am writing with the hopes of distributing this listing to the appropriate scholars. Please find attached a program brochure and the 2019-2020 application. Should the applicants have any questions, they are encouraged to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your assistance and feel free to contact me with any questions.
Divya Talwar, PhD(c), MPH
Research Manager, Division of Orthopaedics
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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To learn more about FASPE and to apply, please visit: http://www.faspe-ethics.org/how-to-apply/
For a list of previous Fellows, please visit http://www.faspe-ethics.org/fellows-by-year/
The Department of Family and Community Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) is sponsoring its 37th annual poetry writing competition during the 2018-2019 academic year. The competition is open to students attending colleges of medicine or osteopathy in the United States and Canada. Preliminary judging will be done by the Wick Poetry Center at Kent State University, and ?nal judging will be by Richard M. Berlin, M.D., psychiatrist and poet from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The editors of the Journal of Medical Humanities will review the winning poems and consider them for publication. See that attached flier for additional information.
Please contact Ann Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Anita Pokorny, M.Ed. Director, Career Center, Office of Student Affairs
Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine
Northeast Ohio Medical University 4209 St. Rt. 44 | PO Box 95 | Rootstown, Ohio 44272 v 330.325.6760 | f 330.325.5956 | e email@example.com
For those of you, current or former string players, French horns or brass, there’s an exciting opportunity to join the L.A. Doctors Symphony, who’s looking for people to join. This orchestra has been in existence a long time (I’ve been a member as a violinist over 25 years). While it used to be made up primarily of doctors and allied health professionals, now anyone who’s ever been to a doctor can join and there is a good number of young musicians in it—in case I frightened you by saying I’ve been in it for over 25 years. I’m sending this out since we would like to build up our ranks and because it’s probably a truism that many students have played an instrument at one time or another, but not all have kept it up. This is a chance to rejoin your past.
Rehearsals start September 4th at 343 South Church Lane (less than a 10 minute drive from UCLA) on Tuesday nights from 7:30 to 10. If you don’t get this email in sufficient time before that date, feel free to respond anyway as you can still join after. If you can’t make every Tuesday, that’s fine. There are about 4 concerts a year, held in various venues, mostly on the Westside. This is a no-pressure, volunteer orchestra (with no membership dues) and by no means does one have to play at an advanced level to be part of it. We do play fairly standard classical repertoire but modern works as well. You can view the website at ladso.org.
If you are interested or have questions, please let me know (as well as what instrument you play and your prior instrumental experience). In addition, if you know anyone outside of the med school who might be interested in joining, feel free to forward this to them.
Best regards and best wishes in your journey through med school,
Visit http://medschool.ucla.edu/current-funded-elective-and-seminar-opportunities to learn more.
Students can get up to $192/month for groceries if they are approved for CalFresh. We will be hosting an eligibility worker for private CalFresh Interviews and enrollments biweekly starting March 5th from 8:30am-4pm.
If students would like they can sign up for an appointment here: https://calendly.com/uclacalfresh/cpoofficehours
And if they're not sure if they are eligible for CalFresh please fill out this pre-screening tool before signing up for an appointment: https://goo.gl/forms/aPgo5bz8z53G8Ppd2
UCLA Safe Ride App
The new Safe Ride app is now available to all UCLA students, staff, faculty and visitors. Download the app through Google Play or the Apple Store to request a Safe Ride van at night to take you between campus buildings and nearby residential areas.
Vans can be requested Monday through Thursday from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. (excluding University holidays and breaks).
Please note that vans stop at designated stop locations only. For more information, >click here.Application materials can be found at: http://www.uab.edu/medicine/orthopaedics/education/fellowships/research
Written by residents, The Scope sends weekly emails with our favorite medical research summarized in a few easy-to-read sentences with humor. We're kind of like TheSkimm for The New England Journal. Our goal is to make medical research more fun and easier to keep up with. Check out this week’s issue at http://eepurl.com/c89AnL and sign up at medicinescope.com . Our email is free and we don't share our subscribers' info. Questions? Please contact Adam Widman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Food is integral to life. It meets basic human needs for growth, development and function. It is also important for the functioning of societies, allowing people to make social linkages and distinctions. It plays a role in multiple aspects of life and is a subject of interest and inquiry in multiple disciplines including agriculture, anthropology, geography, humanities, law, nutrition, psychology, public health, public policy, and other natural and social sciences. With food security and environmental sustainability becoming increasing global concerns, there is an urgency to educate the next generation of leaders with strong interdisciplinary foundations.
Interested in learning more? Join the Food Studies listserv to receive updates on classes, events, applications, job/volunteer opportunities, and more! http://luskin.ucla.edu/food-studies-certificate-program-2/#connect
The Clinical and Research Opportunities Database is available on the Careers in Medicine® website. It contains information about summer and year round programs in the United States and abroad that are available to medical students looking to gain valuable research and clinical experience in a desired specialty or scientific area.
The database allows you to search by program type, specialty or topic, program duration and country, and includes fellowships, internships, scholarships, and grants. A short description of the program is presented along with a link to the program’s website for further information. The Clinical and Research Opportunities data base can be found on the CiM website (aamc.org/cim) under Choose Your Specialty > Explore Options > Clinical and Research Opportunities. You can also access the database directly at https://www.aamc.org/cim/specialty/exploreoptions/clinicalandresearchopportunities/ . You must have a CiM account to access the resource.
The UCLA Blood and Platelet Center has a goal of becoming the first self-sufficient hospital based blood donor center in the country.
The UCLA Blood and Platelet Center has regular monthly drives in Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Santa Monica Hospital, CHS, Med Plaza and other places around campus that medical students can take advantage of to donate. There are also two donor centers in Ackerman Student Union and on Gayley across from Whole Foods.
To donate and for more information, please visit www.gotblood.ucla.edu
NORD is the primary nonprofit organization representing all Americans with rare diseases; roughly 7,000 diseases and affecting 30 million people. NORD has rich and diverse programs focused on advocacy, research, patient and family assistance, and medical student programs.
The Student Chapter program is a newly launched project that provides clinical experiences, networking opportunities, while increasing awareness of the patient community to medical professionals. Students have the opportunity to be working in rare disease centers with clinical rotations or internships; directly and indirectly helping patients and families; networking with governmental affairs, patient organizations, and pharmaceutical companies at NORD's Rare Diseases & Orphan Product Breakthrough Summit; and can become a writer on NORD's Rare Disease Reports. If interested, please write to email@example.com.
We are excited to announce the launch of The Palate, a peer-reviewed online publication for medical students at the intersection of nutrition and public health, at thepalate.org. The Palate seeks to engage medical students in conversations that explore the connections between nutrition and public health, and the health of our patients, communities, and ourselves. We envision a future where nutrition is an integral part of health care practice and medical education. We believe The Palate will inspire a commitment to the integration of nutrition and public health in the future medical careers of our readers. If you are interested in contributing to The Palate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We seek manuscripts on all topics related to nutrition and public health, including the current obesity epidemic, food inequalities and insecurities, and our food environment.
We also seek medical students to serve on the publication's editorial board to curate content for this important new community, as well as faculty members to serve on our publication’s editorial board as Nutrition Experts. Contact us at email@example.com to get involved.
Finally, we hope that you will spread the word of this new publication to your colleagues in medicine and nutrition. We thank you for your support.
in-Training (in-training.org), the online magazine for medical students, is looking for medical students of all class years to submit articles and essays about their experiences in medicine for peer-edited online publication. We are also accepting applications for medical student editors, graphic designers and mobile app developers.
For potential writers: With an emphasis on humanism in medicine, in-Training is run entirely by medical students and serves as an outlet for budding physician-journalists and writers at all medical schools around the globe. We seek articles on any topic relevant to the medical student community, including reflections, opinions, policy, research, poetry and art. Please fill out our interest form at tinyurl.com/intraining if you are interested in contributing.
For potential editors: in-Training is also looking for medical student editors to join our 35-member Editorial Board. If you are interested in editing and working with a dynamic staff to produce in-Training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For graphic designers and potential app developers: If you have experience with graphic design or app development and are interested in producing a new mobile app for in-Training, please contact us at email@example.com.
We invite students and faculty to visit in-Training at in-training.org and subscribe to our twice-monthly newsletter at in-training.org/newsletter. Please fill out our interest form at tinyurl.com/intraining or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in writing, editing or reporting for in-Training.
Joe Ladowski (Indiana University School of Medicine) and Vikas Bhatt (Drexel University College of Medicine)
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is pleased to announce a new collaboration with American Student Assistance (ASA) to help the members of the academic medicine community strengthen their financial literacy and money management skills. ASA’s program, SALT™, is a leading financial education and engagement program that empowers students and alumni to confidently approach, manage, pay for and pay back college costs while improving their financial literacy skills. Beginning on January 15, 2015, SALT’s financial education resources will be available to medical students, residents, faculty, and staff at AAMC member institutions. Create a free AAMC/SALT account, by using the following links:
School Administrators: www.saltmoney.org/AAMCschooladministrator