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|Pathways to Discovery Travel Funds||x||x||x||x||Intended to defray costs associated with travel and dissemination, e.g. poster or oral presentation at conference.||x||no|
|Pathways to Discovery Project Grant||X||X||X||X||Research, advocacy, curriculum development, and other scholarship-informed innovation||X||yes|
|School of Medicine Dean's Summer Research Fellowship (Pathways Explore)||X||Clinical research, bench-based translational research, and social science research||X||no|
|School of Medicine International Programs Grant||X||Health related int'l projects, clinical work or research||X||no|
|PROF-PATH Quarterly Fellowship||X||X||X||X||Clinical and translational research as well as research projects in health professions education, cost-effectiveness, social and behavioral sciences, etc.||yes|
|Philip R. Lee Summer Fellowship||X||X||X||X||Research, advocacy, systems-change, and policy projects.|
|Summer Curriculum Ambassador||X||X||Develop curricular components in Bridges Curriculum Ambassador program||no|
|Global Health Clinical Scholars Project Grant||x||x||x||x||Global health projects||X||yes|
Eligibility: One travel award allowed per eligible student during medical school if SOM, or Pathways program duration if GME or non-SOM learner. Award applications must be received prior to travel. Retroactive applications will be denied.
46 $500 travel awards:
- 43 – School of Medicine students only
- 3 – Pathways to Discovery learners, non-SOM or GME
Distributed on a first-come, first –served basis each quarter:
- 12 fall quarter grants
- 12 winter quarter grants
- 12 spring quarter grants
- 7 summer quarter grants
- 3 grants held for Non-SOM, GME learners
Purpose: Travel awards are intended to defray costs associated with dissemination, e.g. poster or oral presentation at conference.
Reimbursement: All travel award expenses will be processed after the completion of travel and require original receipts and documented dissemination.
- Eligible expenses include: registration fees, airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and presentation materials (e.g. poster).
- No alcohol or incidentals (e.g., phone calls) are reimbursable.
- Documents required for reimbursement are: Original receipts, boarding passes, detailed invoices, and a copy of conference materials listing student presentation (e.g., brochure or conference schedule).
- UCSF's Accounting Office will not accept receipts that combine hotel and airfare costs (such as those from Travelocity, Expedia, Priceline, etc.).
Eligibility: Only available to UCSF School of Medicine students who are not in MSTP or other advanced degree programs
Length: 8 week summer projects (MS1's and accepted students only)
Purpose: Funds clinical research, basic research, education research, and social science research
- Must select a UCSF mentor/sponsor
- Includes curricular activities
Contact: Consult with School of Medicine funding directors, Drs. Sarkar or Lowenstein at email@example.com.
Eligibility: Only available to UCSF School of Medicine students, priority to Pathways to Discovery learners, who are not in MSTP
Award: $500-1,800 grant toward travel and living expenses (language programs are not eligible for funding)
Purpose: Funds certain expenses for students doing international projects, clinical electives, and health-related research
- Work must be in one location and at least four weeks in length
- Students can also apply for the School of Medicine Dean’s Fellowships and are encouraged to look into other UCSF or external funding opportunities
- All applicants must complete the online international elective module prior to travel
Location: Applications for travel to countries with a State Department travel warning are approved on a case-by-case basis, and are more likely to be approved if the student is participating in an active UCSF program with faculty and staff in that country.
Contact: For more information, please read the Detailed International Program Grants page or contact Dr. Mylo Schaaf.
Purpose: The Pathways Grant is a one-time, short-term, funding source available to all learners in the Pathways to Discovery Program on a quarterly basis.
Pathways to Discovery Grants are intended to help support the completion of learner legacy products and can include critical project expenses and dissemination expenses such as poster printing. New for 2014-2015: travel and speaker expenses are not eligible for reimbursement by this fund. Eligibility is restricted to previously unfunded learners.
Award: Typical funding for Pathways Grants is between $500 - $1250. All funded learners are required to submit receipts no later than six months after funding application date, per UCSF guidelines
Contact: For more information, see http://meded.ucsf.edu/pathways/pathways-funding-opportunities.
Eligibility: Open to students and trainees from all UCSF schools
Length: 8 week Summer fellowships (under Pathways Explore)
Purpose: Funds a broad range of projects including research, advocacy, systems-change, and policy projects
Requirements: Includes curricular activities
Contact: For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligibility: Available to all UCSF learners in health professional schools from health disparity populations who are interested in any field of research OR to learners with projects related to health disparities
Length: Yearlong and 12 week fellowships (open) and 8 week summer projects (MS1's only)
Purpose: Funds clinical and translational research as well as research projects in health professions education, cost-effectiveness, social and behavioral sciences, etc.
- Must select a UCSF mentor/sponsor
- Includes curricular activities
Eligibility: Open to students from SOM and SOP
Length: 8 week Summer Program
Purpose: Embark on an eight-week immersive workplace learning experience designed to test the ideas, structures, and assumptions of the Bridges curriculum. This site is currently under construction while we prepare more information about this exciting opportunity! In the mean time, for more information about the program contact the CA Program Directors, Tracy Fulton and Chandler Mayfield.
Contact: For more information, see http://meded.ucsf.edu/CurriculumAmbassadors
Eligibility: Open to GME students enrolle in the GH Clinical Scholars program
Purpose: The Global Health Clinical Scholars Project Grant is open to GME applicants who are enrolled in the GH Clinical Scholars program. Scholars are eligible to apply for travel fund awards to help support their global health projcts. IT hardware, including computers, tablets, and smartphones are not funded. The awards are given on a quarterly basis in the amounts of $500-$3,000.
Contact: For more information, contact Maggie Coffin.