Fellowships and Grant Opportunities
Frymoyer Scholars Program
Through the Frymoyer Scholars Program, the John W. and Nan P. Frymoyer Fund for Medical Education supports physicians and nurses who are actively engaged in teaching University of Vermont medical and nursing students and who embody the best qualities of the clinician teacher. The program is an investment in outstanding medical education and promotes teaching that emphasizes the art of patient care.
Individuals elected as Frymoyer Scholars are awarded up to $25,000 a year for two years to develop innovative educational products or programs and/or to improve their teaching skills and in turn the relationship between clinician and patient. These funds should be used to complete a project or take courses in faculty development/bedside teaching that might not otherwise be done due to lack of funding. The 2018 Call for Proposals is available below. For more information please contact the Teaching Academy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Frymoyer Scholars Call for Proposals (Deadline: March 16, 2018)
Budget Template for Frymoyer Proposal18 Years of Frymoyer Scholars
Medical Education Fellowships
Northeast Group on Education Affairs (NEGEA) Research Grants
The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) supports and encourages scholarship in medical education. To help its members participate in opportunities that provide educational scholarship, the NEGEA provides funding to initiate new Medial Education Scholarship, Research and Evaluation (MESRE – formerly RIME) proposals. The NEGEA will provide up to two research grants for two years. The grant award may total up to $3000 for submissions involving one NEGEA institution and $5000 for submissions involving the collaboration of 2 or more institutions. The NEGEA also seeks to promote collaborative projects across institutions, and sections (UGME, GME, CME, and MESRE), and seeks to stimulate the development of a community of educational scholars. The results of these projects will be public and presented at a NEGEA regional meeting.
The NEGEA offers two new grants for early and mid-career faculty: Professional Development Award or the Research Scholar Award. Apply by Feb. 28th. For more information on how to apply click here.
More information can be found in the AAMC's NEGEA Webpage.
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation 2018/2018 Picker Gold Challenge Grants for Residency Training Program
This is an exciting opportunity for a faculty member to submit an
innovative GME program that facilitates the development of
patient-centered healthcare and/or humanism in medicine. Applicants can
download and review the application instructions on our website. This is a two-stage application process and the deadline for the first round (Letter of Intent) is March 30, 2018.
AAMC 2018 National Educational Grants Program
This grant is
for the funding of research in health professions education. A limited
number of pre-proposals will be invited to submit full grant proposals.
For details on submission guidelines and a template for the letter of
intent click here or go to https://www.aamc.org/members/gea/gea_sections/mesre/65592/mesre_mission.html
Project proposals and inquiries should be addressed to Brian Mavis PhD, Chair of the GEA National Grant Committee, at email@example.com Pre-proposals due February 27, 2018.
Teaching Academy Curriculum Development and Educational Scholarship Grant
The Teaching Academy at the Larner College of Medicine sustains and supports an interdisciplinary community of educators who value the scholarship of teaching and learning while facilitating educator development; improve the efficiency and quality of medical education through collaboration and scholarship; and promote an academic environment that increases the value and impact of educators locally, regionally, and nationally. The Teaching Academy is pleased to announce that we will award a grant to fund projects that foster innovation and improvement in teaching, learning, and educational scholarship.
Eligibility and details: 2018 Teaching Academy Curric Dev and Scholarship Grant (Deadline: April 30, 2018)
Teaching Academy Travel Award
The Teaching Academy at the Larner College of Medicine sustains and supports an interdisciplinary community of educators who value the scholarship of teaching and learning while facilitating educator development; improve the efficiency and quality of medical education through collaboration and scholarship; and promote an academic environment that increases the value and impact of educators locally, regionally, and nationally. The Teaching Academy is pleased to announce that we will award three travel awards to support member travel to present educational scholarship or attend professional development events related to the mission of the Teaching Academy.
Eligibility and details: 2018 Teaching Academy Travel Award (Deadline: April 30, 2018)