The Academy offers a range of research fellowships to experienced physicians and investigators to support the advancement of biomedical research, health care studies, and health care delivery. 

The New York Academy of Medicine Academic Research Award in Dermatology Program

The New York Academy of Medicine Academic Research Award in Dermatology Program provides funding for residents and early-career dermatologists performing basic science or clinical research relevant to the field of dermatology. Awards in the amount of up to $10,000 each are awarded on a competitive basis. These awards are intended to help the recipient further his or her academic career, and may serve as a basis for obtaining further/future funding. 

The Jeremiah A. Barondess Fellowship in Clinical Transaction

To honor the visionary role of Jeremiah A. Barondess, MD in medical education, and to recognize his teaching of clinical skills at the bedside to generations of medical students and residents, the New York Academy of Medicine in collaboration with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) recently established The Jeremiah A. Barondess Fellowship in the Clinical Transaction. The Fellowship provides resources to junior faculty in internal medicine with a university appointment to enhance the clinical skills of physicians in training.

The Glorney-Raisbeck Fellowship Award in Cardiovascular Diseases

The Glorney-Raisbeck Fellowship Award in Cardiovascular Diseases is a one-year, $70,000 grant awarded for research by young physician scientists in supervised programs that will develop the candidates' ability to perform independent clinical or laboratory research. Up to three Fellowships will be awarded.

The Mary and David Hoar Fellowship in the Prevention and Treatment of Hip Fracture

The Mary and David Hoar Fellowship offers a one or two-year, $120,000 grant in support of clinical, epidemiologic and health services research in the prevention and treatment of hip fractures. Candidates must hold an MD, PhD, or equivalent degree and must conduct their research in a supervised program in the greater New York area.

The Ferdinand C. Valentine Fellowship Award for Research in Urology

The Ferdinand C. Valentine Fellowship Award offers a one-year, $50,000 fellowship in support of research by an individual who has completed, or will shortly complete, residency training acceptable to the American Board of Urology, and who intend to pursue an academic research career in urology. Fellows must commit no less than fifty percent of their time to the supported research and preference is given to investigators conducting their research at institutions in the greater New York area.