Benjamin H. Kean Traveling Fellowship in Tropical Medicine provides round-trip airfare and up to $1,000 toward living expenses to 3rd or 4th year medical students who arrange clinical or research electives in tropical areas. Recipients will be required to prepare and present a report describing their activities. Preference to applicants sponsored by member of American

Committee on Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers Health.

NIH/Fogarty Overseas Fellowships in Global Health and Clinical Research provides funding for one-year clinical research training at top-ranked NIH funded research centers in a diverse group of countries, including Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, China, Haiti, India, Kenya, Mali, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda and Zambia.

CDC: Applied Epidemiology Fellowship provides a stipend for living expenses for 3rd/4th years medical students to complete 10-12 month fellowship at CDC in applied epidemiology and public health.

O.C. Hubert Student Fellowship in International Health is a 4-12 week program for 3rd/4th years medical students to gain public health experience in an international setting. Stipend of $3,000 provided to cover travel expenses.

MAP International Medical Fellowship
Offers funding for airfare to a 4th-year medical student doing an 8-week (minimum) externship in the rural area of a developing country. Apply during junior year.

National Health Service Corps: Student/Resident Experiences & Rotations in Community Health (SEARCH) provides students with an opportunity to serve on interdisciplinary teams in medically under-served areas. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have completed at least one year of medical school.
Information: or call Sacramento office at (916) 326-3700

David E. Rogers Fellowship Program provides 25 fellowships of $3,000 each to support summer projects for medical students between the 1st and 2nd year. The projects are intended to focus on coupling medicine with the needs of underserved or disadvantaged patients or populations. Half the fellowships awarded are dedicated to projects focused on HIV/AIDS prevention or care.

Rotary Foundation International Scholarship
Offers funding for students to complete 3-12 months of study/training in another country where
Rotary Clubs are located.
Application: Obtain from a local Rotary Club or

UCDSOM: Medical Student Research Fellowships offer funding of up to $1,800 per month for support of research projects (4 week -12 month duration) by UC Davis medical students.

Wilderness Medicine Society: Charles S. Houston Grant offers up to $5,000 for medical student research project in environmental medicine, outdoors and wilderness medicine.
Application: Wilderness Medical Society, 810 E 10th St, PO Box 1897, Lawrence KS 66044, or on the Web:

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