Michigan State University and Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Infectious Disease Fellowship Program, Michigan, 2012
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is organising Fellowship program for Research Students in the field of Medicine, Michigan, 2012
Scholarship Program: MSU Infectious Disease Fellowships
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Level of study: Research
Duration: Not known
Number of awards: Not known
Am I eligible? 1) Applicants must be ABIM board certified or board eligible.
2)MSU Medical students and residents are part of the ID rounding team and fellows are required to teach and provide leadership for these learners.
How do I apply? By post
What does it cover? The MSU Infectious Disease Fellows receive stipends, benefits, and educational reimbursements through Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI).
Scholarship Description: Michigan State University and Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Infectious Disease Fellowship Program. The MSU Infectious Disease Fellowship is housed within the Department of Medicine. The Department has a vibrant research program which is noted for its high level of external funding per faculty and its interdisciplinary nature. Basic bench research, clinical research and translational research are included in the Department’s diverse portfolio. Nanomedicine, vascular biology, cardiovascular science, clinical trials, pharmacokinetics, clinical epidemiology, and medical education are just a few of the topics under active investigation.
Application closing date: 1 July, 2012