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Career Development Opportunities

Harvard/Mass General Hospital Clinical Research Fellowship - Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (Sports Medicine)

Eligible students are those soon to be finishing their 3rd-year of medical school and are interested in a funded, 1-year research fellowship (May 2023 - May 2024; completed MS3, gap year between MS3 and MS4) in preparation for applying to orthopaedic surgery residency.

Precision Healthcare Class Audit Opportunity

DGSOM Students have the opportunity to audit only Dr. Benjamin's Precision Healthcare course.

Course Description
The health care industry is undergoing a technology-driven transformation, with screening, treatment, and advice all becoming more tailored to an individual’s genes, behavior, and environment. This course will address the opportunities and challenges of this new landscape for those who will work in the health care industry, including entrepreneurs, managers, venture capitalists, health insurers, and healthcare administrators. Precision health care technologies discussed in the course will include genomic risk prediction, digital diagnosis, targeted therapeutics, remote monitoring, and fitness and dieting apps, among others. The course will also address consumers’ understanding of the technology, ethical issues in precision health care, and the behavioral economics of take-up and continued use of precision health interventions.
This course is based on cases and guest speakers, supplemented by relevant background reading. The cases draw on real issues faced by precision-health businesses. The guest speakers are experienced managers, founders, venture capitalists, investors, doctors, and scientists.
In this class, students will learn most by active participation in the class exercises and discussions.

FASPE 2023 Medical Fellowship: Now Accepting Applications

FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) is now accepting applications for its 2023 Medical program.

FASPE Medical is a fully-funded, two-week summer program in contemporary professional ethics and ethical leadership. The program addresses current ethical issues facing physicians by first examining the role of German physicians in enabling Nazi policies, including their role in the Holocaust. FASPE Medical takes place in Germany and Poland. Fellows visit Auschwitz and other sites of significance where they consider how to apply the lessons of history to the ethical challenges in medicine today.

Program dates: June 23 to July 7, 2023

Program Info: FASPE Medical Program

Application due date: January 3, 2023

Application: FASPE How to Apply

If you have questions, please contact Rebecca Scott, Program Director of FASPE, at or 646.844.0151.

AAEM/RSA Board of Directors & Medical Student Council Nominations

AAEM/RSA is proud to run fully democratic elections. Resident and student representatives on the Board of Directors and Medical Student Council are nominated and elected entirely by our members!

Resident and student members of AAEM/RSA are invited to run for the Board of Directors or Medical Student Council. It's a chance for them to:
• Make their mark on the national level by running for a seat
• Use their voice to ensure their class of residents & students are represented in the house of EM
• Gain national leadership experience

Nominations for 2023-2024 Board of Directors and Medical Student Council are open now through December 1st. Self-nominations are allowed and encouraged!

AOA 2023 Kuckein Student Research Scholarship

The DGSOM Chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (AΩA) is pleased to announce the application season for the AOA 2023 Carolyn L. Kuckein Student Research Fellowship. Even though there is still a moratorium on student nominations to AΩA for this year, we have received approval from AΩA to proceed with offering applications for this research fellowship which is open to all students.

The Opportunity
This fellowship provides financial support for research to be conducted either during a continual period of a minimum of 8 to 10 weeks; 30 hours or more per week; or for an average of 4 hours per week for 12 months over 1 to 2 years. The research should focus on clinical investigation, basic laboratory research, epidemiology, social science/health services research, leadership, or professionalism. The name of the fellowship program honors Carolyn L. Kuckein, long-time administrator of AΩA and an honorary member of the society, who died in 2004.

The Award
$6,000, of which $2,500 will be paid upon announcement of the award, and $2,500 will be paid after receipt and approval by AΩA of a final research report. In addition, each student will be reimbursed up to $1,000 to cover travel expenses related the presentation of their Fellowship research results at a national meeting or conference that takes place within one year of distribution of the final award check.

First-, second-, and third-year medical students from schools with active AΩA chapters, or associations, are eligible. Students must be actively enrolled in medical school classes. Students taking a year off for research or to gain a PhD are not eligible. MD/PhD holders are not eligible but are encouraged to apply for the AΩA Post Graduate Fellowship. A student may only receive one fellowship during medical school.

The Application:
There are 5 application documents:
1. A four-page maximum research proposal highlighting the research project. It must be written by the applicant, single-spaced, in 12-point type with 1- inch margins. The summary must include: title; hypothesis; rationale; background information; methods and sample size; plan for data analysis; potential significance; role of the student in preparation and execution of the project; an estimate of the number of weeks that the student will devote to the project; and an acronym definition list if needed. It also must have a referenced bibliography.
2. Proof of IRB or IACUC approval or submission for approval if required (not required if it does not apply to your project)
3. The applicant’s Curriculum Vitae (CV) (4 pages maximum)
4. A letter of support from the faculty mentor/research supervisor indicating his/her commitment of time and interest to the project and student.
5. The faculty mentor/research supervisor’s biographical sketch (no more than four pages – see NIH format).

Application Deadlines:
Proposals first must be submitted to the student’s Chapter Councilor, Dr. Jessica O’Connell, for review and consideration. The deadline for applications will be December 9, 2022. The Councilor and the selection committees will select one proposal for submission to the AΩA National Office by January 24, 2023.

Date of Award Announcement
Winning awards will be announced on May 5, 2023

TO APPLY: Please submit your full application with these required documents online at the link below

ASH Minority Medical Student Award Program

The ASH Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP) provides underrepresented minority medical students with an opportunity to conduct a research project under the supervision of an ASH member, receive guidance from a career-development mentor, gain valuable knowledge of hematology, and ultimately, advance their careers. As part of the ASH Minority Recruitment Initiative, the MMSAP aims to expand the program’s reach to the next generation of hematologists.
Applicants must have a research mentor who is an ASH member in good standing and may choose from one of three project options with varying program benefits. The summer project option requires an eight- to 12-week commitment; the flexible project requires a commitment of approximately 320 to 480 hours over the course of a year; and the yearlong project requires participants to take a year off from school to engage in research full-time.

Robert A. Winn Clinical Investigator Pathway Program

Winn CIPP will begin accepting applications for its second cohort on Monday, November 7th, 2022. Applications are due January 8th, 2023 for early decision and February 12th, 2023 for regular decision.

Winn CIPP is a program initiative of the Robert A. Winn Diversity in Clinical Trials Award Program, a $114 million program funded by the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation and Gilead Sciences.

In 2023, 64 underrepresented in medicine (URM) medical school students will be awarded a $7,500 stipend to participate in a 6-week summer externship at community-based clinical research sites across the nation to gain exposure to the following:
• Clinical Research
• Community Engagement
• Leadership Development

The goal of the Winn CIPP is to expose URM medical students to career pathways in clinical research, particularly community-oriented research that is focused on increasing inclusion, equity, and diversity in the conduct of clinical and translational research.

Questions? Email us at and stay tuned for upcoming informational webinars!

5th Annual Student Neurology & Neurosurgery Research Conference (SNRC)

The Neurosurgery/Neurology Interest Group at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University will be hosting the 5th Annual Student Neurology & Neurosurgery Research Conference (SNRC) virtually on January 14, 2023.

Abstracts are currently being accepted through November 30, 2022, 11:59pm.

Michael E. DeBakey Student Poetry Awards

Baylor College of Medicine is pleased to announce the annual Michael E. DeBakey Medical Student Poetry Awards. The contest honors the legendary, preeminent cardiovascular surgeon, pioneering medical scientist, gifted medical educator, prolific author and scholar and passionate advocate of optimal healthcare throughout the world. Dr. Michael E. DeBakey strongly advocated a role for the humanities in medical education and in the development of a full, enriching intellectual life. Entries for the annual poetry awards program must be marked no later than Jan. 31, 2023

Viola Hyde Awards

Viola Hyde Surgical Research Scholars Application ($3000)
A limited number of $3000 medical student awards are available for the coming academic year to support a research project. The applicant must be a medical student at UCLA and conducting research with a UCLA faculty member from any surgical department or division. These are limited to one award per student during medical school, although students may apply multiple times.
Deadline for Submission: February 1, 2023

Viola Hyde Medical Student Travel Grant Application ($500-$1000)
A limited number of $500-$1000 medical student travel grants are available to attend any surgical meeting in the coming academic year. The applicant must be a medical student at UCLA and presenting research with a UCLA faculty member from any surgical department or division. Funds will be determined based on a proposed submitted budget. These are limited to one award per student during medical school, although students may apply multiple times.
Deadline for Submission: February 1, 2023

Other Events

41st Annual William Carlos Williams Poetry Competition

Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) is now accepting submissions for the 41st annual William Carlos Williams poetry competition. I write today to solicit your help with advertising this opportunity to your students. We welcome submissions from medical students currently enrolled in schools of allopathic or osteopathic medicine located in the US, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Please share this message with your medical students--we look forward to reviewing their creative work!

Medical students: submit your poetry to the annual William Carlos Williams poetry competition, sponsored by Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED)! The competition will accept submissions between September 15 and December 31, 2022.

Contact with any questions or for additional information.

MEMMYS Video Contest

The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia is pleased to announce that the MEMMYS video contest is back! Because of the COVID pandemic and concern for the safety of all involved, the Memmys had to be placed on hold. We are excited to announce that the Memmys contest is returning in 2023.

The life and times of health professions students have been captured on video by students themselves for many years. The videos have become a means of celebration, shared camaraderie, and artistic expression of these enormously talented and committed young professionals. By combining popular songs and student experiences, the videos give a glimpse into the often challenging but ultimately rewarding lives of students in the health professions.

Since 2013, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine has recognized schools whose students have created the very best videos. In each contest, three schools selected by a panel of judges receive a Memmys award for display and their health sciences library receives a monetary prize (1st place $1,500, 2nd place $1,000, and 3rd place $500). All health professions schools are eligible to participate.

Please see the Memmys website - - for contest rules, important dates, and videos of previous winners.

The final date for video submission is March 15, 2023.

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