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Student Grants

 

  • The Glorney-Raisbeck Medical Student Grants in Cardiovascular Research

    Up to four $4,000 grants, consisting of a $3,500 student stipend plus $500 in support of the laboratory or department at which the student will conduct research, will be awarded to MD candidates who are either enrolled in a New York-area medical school or plan to conduct research at a New York-area institution. The grants typically support 10-12 week mentored cardiovascular research projects initiated during the summer between the first and second years of medical school, but medical school students in any year of their education may apply. Students are encouraged to pursue research projects that extend beyond this startup period.
  • The Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowships

    The Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship program provides stipends for outstanding medical, dental, public health, public policy, and graduate nursing students to conduct summer research projects on some aspect of health care delivery transformation for vulnerable populations and/or early childhood health and development, with an emphasis on policy implications. Fellows are also required to participate in a variety of leadership development activities. Fellows will receive a stipend of $4,500. The 2015 program will run from June 8-August 14. Fellows must be available to work on their projects full-time during business hours in this 10 week period. Fellows cannot undertake clinic or other school obligations during the program. No exceptions will be made.
  • The David E. Rogers Fellowship Program

    The David E. Rogers Fellowship Program is a national fellowship for medical and dental students in support of a 10-12 week mentored project initiated during the summer between the first and second years of medical or dental school. Up to five grants of approximately $4,000 will be awarded. The Fellowship is meant to enrich the educational experiences of students through projects that couple medicine and dentistry with the needs of underserved or disadvantaged patients or populations.
  • The Ferdinand C. Valentine Medical Student Research Grants in Urology

    Up to three $4,000 grants for students pursuing mentored research projects in urology will be awarded to MD candidates who are either enrolled in a New York-area medical school or plan to conduct research at a New York-area institution. The grants typically support 10-12 week urology research projects initiated during the summer between the first and second years of medical school, but medical school students in any year of their education may apply. Students are encouraged to pursue research projects that extend beyond this startup period.

How to Apply

Instructions on how to apply for NYAM's research fellowships, student grants, endowed lectures and awards are contained within the description of each program. Please click on your program of interest for full details.

The 2014 Nahum J. Winer Lecture

NYAM welcomed Harlan M. Krumholz, MD to deliver the 2014 Nahum J. Winer Lecture on November 12, 2014. The topic of his lecture was “Is Hospitalization Toxic to Patients and Does it Cause a Post-Hospital Syndrome? Time to Rethink the Hospital Experience".

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The 2015 Howard Fox Memorial Lecture

On February 10, 2015, Kenneth Tomecki, MD delivered the 60th Howard Fox, MD Memorial lecture at NYAM on the topic of “What’s New in Dermatological Therapy.”

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The 2015 Ferdinand C. Valentine Award

The Academy honored Jerry G. Blaivas, MD, FACS and William C. de Groat, MD with the 2015 Ferdinand C. Valentine Award for outstanding contributions to the field of urology on April 8, 2015.

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The 2015 Millie & Richard Brock Lecture

The New York Academy of Medicine welcomed Jan Blacher, PhD to deliver the 2015 Millie and Richard Brock Lecture in Pediatrics on May 7, 2015. The topic of her lecture was “The Collateral Effects of Autism on Families: Why Professionals Should Care”.

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