Fellowship in the History of Family Medicine
Location: Leawood, KS
Eligibility: all researchers
Deadline: March 31
Website & application form:
http://www.aafpfoundation.org/online/foundation/home/programs/center-history/fellowship.html and http://www.aafpfoundation.org/online/foundation/home/programs/center-history/fellowship/applicationprocess.html
The Center for the History of Family Medicine (CHFM) sponsors one Fellowship in the History of Family Medicine each year. The Fellowship supports research using the collections of the CHFM to advance understanding and appreciation of the history of family medicine. The Fellowship provides a grant in an amount of up to $2,000 to support travel, lodging and incidental expenses for conducting research at the Center for the History of Family Medicine. Awards cover research conducted between June 1 and December 31 during the year in which the Fellowship is awarded. We encourage interested researchers, including family physicians, other health professionals, historians, scholars, educators, scientists and others to apply for the Fellowship. The proposed project may be on any subject relating to the history of general practice, family practice, or family medicine, its practitioners, and their role in health and health care in the United States.
Visiting Research Fellowship Location: Minneapolis, MN
Amount: $1,500 Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: March 23 Website & application form: http://www.thebakken.org/research/fellowships-and-grant and http://www.thebakken.org/sites/default/files/Bakken%20Research%20
The Bakken's Visiting Research program is open to all researchers and awards up to $1,500 to be used to help defray the expenses of travel, subsistence, and other direct costs of conducting research at the Bakken. The minimum period of residence is two weeks (ten research days); during this time, the researcher will be encouraged to spend a short time collaborating with members of The Bakken staff and/or audience.
Research Travel Grant Location: Minneapolis, MN Amount: $500-$750 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, independent scholar Deadline: March 23 Website & application form: http://www.thebakken.org/research/fellowships-and-grant and http://www.thebakken.org/sites/default/files/Bakken%20Research%20
Any researcher may apply for a Research Travel Grant. The awards are up to $500 maximum for domestic researchers and up to $750 maximum for foreign researchers. Funds are to be used to help defray the expenses of travel, subsistence, and other direct costs of conducting research at the Bakken. The minimum period of residence is one week (five research days).
The Alice Fisher Society Fellowship for Historical Research in Nursing Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $5,000 Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, faculty Deadline: January 15 Website & application form: http://www.nursing.upenn.edu/history/Pages/FellowshipsandAwards.aspx and http://www.nursing.upenn.edu/history/Documents/Alice%20Fisher%20Society%20
The Alice Fisher Society Fellowship for Historical Research in Nursing offers up to $5,000 to support research and ongoing collaboration with Center nurse historians. The Fisher Fellowship is open to those with master’s and doctoral level preparation.
Karen Buhler-Wilkerson Faculty Research Fellowship for Historical Research in Nursing Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $3,000 Eligibility: faculty Deadline: January 15 Website & application form:http://www.nursing.upenn.edu/history/Pages/FellowshipsandAwards.aspx and http://www.nursing.upenn.edu/history/Documents/Karen%20Buhler-Wilkerson%20Faculty%20Research%20Fellowship%20-%202015.pdf
The Karen Buhler-Wilkerson Faculty Research Fellowship for Historical Research in Nursing offers up to $3,000 to faculty from all disciplines from colleges and universities, to support historical research in nursing. Selection of faculty scholars will be based on evidence of preparation and/or teaching related to nursing. It is expected that the research and new materials produced by Buhler-Wilkerson scholars will help ensure the growth of scholarly work focused on the history of nursing. Recipients will participate in Center activities and will present their research at a Center seminar.
History of Microbiology Research Travel Awards Location: Washington, DC Amount: $1,500 Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: ongoing Website & application form: http://www.asm.org/index.php/choma2/71-membership/archives/93307-history-of-microbiology-research-travel-awards-apply-now
Up to two cash grants of $1500 each per year will be awarded. Awardees may be invited to present their research at the ASM General Meeting and/or prepare an article for Microbe, the ASM membership magazine. The travel award is to be used for travel expenses to visit the ASM Archives, located at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, to conduct the above-mentioned research. All research must take place within 12 months of the award. All awardees must provide a report to the Archivist on their research within six months of the research visit. Any article prepared for Microbe as a result of the research must be completed in a reasonable timeframe to be negotiated between the awardee, the ASM Archivist and the editors of Microbe.
Long-Term Fellowship Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $26,000-$45,000 Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, faculty Deadline: see website Website & application form: http://www.chemheritage.org/research/beckman-center/beckman-center-fellowships/long-term-fellowships.aspx
CHF offers several long-term fellowships for scholars studying the history and sociology of the chemical and molecular sciences, technologies, and industries, including those for junior and senior scholars. Long-term fellows are in residence at CHF for the entire academic year (September–May). All long-term fellows are provided with a cubicle, a computer, and a direct telephone line. There are three kinds of long-term fellowships: one for senior scholars, one for new PhDs, and one for PhD candidates at the dissertation stage. Post-doctoral fellowships receive $45,000 paid in monthly installments; Dissertation fellowships receive $26,000 paid in monthly installments.
Short-Term Fellowships Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $3,000/month Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, faculty Deadline: see website Website & application form: http://www.chemheritage.org/research/beckman-center/beckman-center-fellowships/short-term-fellowships.aspx
CHF offers several short-term fellowships for researchers studying the history and sociology of the chemical and molecular sciences, technologies, and industries. Short-term fellows are in residence at CHF for periods ranging from 1 to 4 months, according to their allocated fellowship. The short-term fellowship year begins in September and ends the following August. Short-term fellows are allocated a carrel in the Othmer Library’s reading room. Wireless Internet access is available in the reading room. Short-term fellowships are available to researchers whose work requires use of the collections housed at CHF. Stipends are $3,000 per month. No additional research or travel allowances are available.
Short-Term Fellowships - Travel Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $750/week Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: no deadline Website & application form: http://www.chemheritage.org/research/beckman-center/beckman-center-fellowships/travel-grants.aspx
The Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry at CHF offers grants to assist with travel and accommodation expenses for researchers who wish to use its primary research collections for short-term research (periods of either one or two weeks). CHF houses a wealth of resources in the history of chemistry and related sciences, technologies, and industries. Travel grants are $750 per week and are intended to help defray the costs of travel and accommodation. Scholars who do not stay for the full period for which they were awarded funds will receive prorated grants reflecting the amount of time they spent in residence. Travel grant applicants must reside more than 75 miles from Philadelphia to be eligible. No more than one travel grant per person per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) can be awarded. Grants must be taken within one year of the award or the grantee must request an extension or reapply. Applicants must demonstrate that their research requires the use of CHF’s primary research collections. Applications to use secondary sources or materials easily available from other libraries or through interlibrary loans will not receive a travel grant. There is no deadline for travel grant applications. Travel grant applications can be submitted at any time and are assessed by an internal CHF review committee.
The Sydney Brenner Research Scholarship Location: Cold Spring Harbor, NY Amount: $10,000 Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, independent scholar Deadline: September 1 Website & application form: http://library.cshl.edu/sydney-brenner-scholarship?showall=&limitstart=
The Sydney Brenner Research Scholarship is awarded each year to scholars and writers who seek to advance knowledge in the history of molecular biology, genetics, or biotechnology. The recipient of the scholarship will have access to the extensive archival collections held in the recently established Genentech Center for the History of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. All proposals and applications are due by September 1 of each year. The CSHL Archives Committee will review the applications and choose a Scholar by November 1. The Scholar will begin research the following September. Applicants should either be working toward a graduate degree in the history of science (in which case they should include a letter of reference from their thesis adviser) or show a record of publication in the field. This scholarship offers a stipend of up to $10,000—the final amount depends on the Library’s annual endowment—to fund travel and other expenses associated with the use of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library and Archives collections.
F.C. Wood Institute for the History of Medicine Travel Grant Location: Philadelphia, PA Amount: $750/week Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: ongoing Website & application form: http://www.collegeofphysicians.org/library/wood-institute/travel-grants/
The F.C. Wood Institute for the History of Medicine at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia offers grants to cover travel and lodging expenses for researchers who wish to use the College's collection of texts, manuscripts, archives, images, artifacts, and specimens in the history of medicine for short-term research (1 to 2 weeks). Grants are usually on the order of $750 per week and are intended to help defray the costs of travel and lodging. Travel grant recipients will have access to the College's collections. Applicants must reside more than 75 miles from Philadelphia to be eligible. No more than one travel grant per person per fiscal year (1 July to 30 June) will be awarded. Travel grants are available to scholars and bona fide researchers. Applications will be evaluated based on the cogency and strength of the proposal, relevance of the College collections, and the relevance of the researcher's experience and credentials to the proposed research. Please note that the Wood Institute supports artists, scholars, and other researchers, however, any commercial use of our collections must be negotiated with and approved by College staff. Please make explicit in your proposal any intended commercial application of your work.
Amount: up to 1000€ Eligibility: Scholars in the final stages of their doctoral research or in the early stages of their post-doctoral research but still within four years of receiving their PhD Deadline: see the website for the Commission on Women and Gender Studies in History of Science, Technology, and Medicine http://wsc.hypotheses.org/ Website and Application Form: http://wsc.hypotheses.org/
Description: This biannual research travel fellowship, named after the first female physician and midwife in ancient Greece, is intended to help cover the transportation and accommodation expenses of an early-career scholar conducting research in archives anywhere in the world. To be eligible, applicants must be in the final stages of their doctoral research or in the early stages of their post-doctoral research but still within four years of receiving their PhD. Eligibility is independent of gender, nationality, or the location of the applicant’s academic institution or site of research. Applicants must be researching a topic related to women and gender studies in the history of science, technology and medicine. Applicants must submit a cover letter, research proposal (1500 words or less), CV, and two letters of recommendation (one from PhD supervisor). The research proposal should state a work plan for the research during the fellowship period and the required travel. Applications must be submitted in English. The awardee will be invited to present their research in the next symposium organized by the commission. Send all inquiries about the Agnodike Fellowship to Dr. Donald Opitz, Secretary of the Commission, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Francis A. Countway Library Fellowship in the History of Medicine Location: Boston, MA Amount: $5,000 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral, independent scholar Deadline: February 15 Website & application form: https://www.countway.harvard.edu/chom/center-fellowships
Through the Boston Medical Library, the Center for the History of Medicine offers annual fellowships to support research in the history of medicine. The Francis A. Countway Library Fellowships in the History of Medicine provide stipends of up to $5,000 to support travel, lodging, and incidental expenses for a flexible period between June 1, 2015 and May 31, 2016. Besides conducting research, the fellow will submit a report on the results of his/her residency and may be asked to present a seminar or lecture at the Countway Library. The fellowship proposal should demonstrate that the Countway Library has resources central to the research topic. Preference will be given to applicants who live beyond commuting distance of the Countway. The application, outlining the proposed project (proposal should not exceed five pages), length of residence, materials to be consulted, and a budget with specific information on travel, lodging, and research expenses, should be submitted, along with a curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation, by the application deadline.
Archives for Women in Medicine Fellowships Location: Boston, MA Amount: $5,000 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral, independent scholar Deadline: March 15 Website & application form: https://www.countway.harvard.edu/chom/archives-women-medicine-fellowships
The Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine will provide one $5,000 grant to support travel, lodging, and incidental expenses for a flexible research period, from July-June. Foundation Fellowships are offered for research related to the history of women to be conducted at the Center for the History of Medicine at the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Preference will be given to projects that deal specifically with women physicians or other health workers or medical scientists, but proposals dealing with the history of women's health issues may also be considered. Applicants should submit a proposal (no more than two pages) outlining the subject and objectives of the research project, length of residence, historical materials to be used, and a project budget (including travel, lodging, and research expenses), along with a curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendations by March 15th 2014. The fellowship proposal should demonstrate that the Countway Library has resources central to the research topic.
Ferenc Gyorgyey Research Travel Grant Location: New Haven, CT Amount: $1,500 Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: see website
Website & application form: http://library.medicine.yale.edu/historical/us/grant
The Ferenc Gyorgyey Research Travel Grant is available to historians, medical practitioners, and other researchers who wish to use the collections of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library. In any given year the award is up to $1,500 for one week of research. Funds may be used for transportation, housing, food, and photographic reproductions. The award is limited to residents of the United States and Canada.
Research Fellowships Location: Dublin Amount: €2,000 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, independent scholar, post-doctoral Deadline: April 2 Website & application form: http://edwardworthlibrary.ie/research-fellowships/
The Edward Worth Library, Dublin, offers a one month research fellowship to encourage research relevant to its collections. The collection is particularly strong in three areas: early modern medicine, early modern history of science and, given that Worth was a connoisseur book collector interested in fine bindings and rare printing, the History of the Book. Research does not, however, have to be restricted to these three key areas.
Molina Fellowship in the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences Location: San Marino, CA Amount: $50,000 Eligibility: post-doctoral Deadline: November 15, 2015
Website & application form: http://www.huntington.org/WebAssets/Templates/content.aspx?id=566
The Huntington is an independent research center with holdings in British and American history, literature, art history, and the history of science and medicine. The Library collections range chronologically from the eleventh century to the present and include seven million manuscripts, 420,000 rare books, 275,000 reference works, and 1.3 million photographs, prints, and ephemera. The Burndy Library consists of some 67,000 rare books and reference volumes in the history of science and technology, as well as an important collection of scientific instruments. Within the general fields listed above there are many areas of special strength, including: Middle Ages, Renaissance, 19th- and 20th-century literature, British drama, Colonial America, American Civil War, Western America, and California. The Art Collections contain notable British and American paintings, fine prints, photographs, and an art reference library. In the library of the Botanical Gardens is a broad collection of reference works in botany, horticulture, and gardening. The Molina Fellowship in the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences requires applicants to have completed their PhD. The award is for nine to twelve months for $50,000. Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in the history of medicine and related sciences, including public health.
The Everett Helm Visiting Fellowships Location: Bloomington, Indiana Amount: $1,500 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral Deadline: September 30, 2015
Website & application form: http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/fellowships.shtml
The Everett Helm Visiting Fellowship program supports research and provides access to the collections of the Lilly Library for scholars residing outside the Bloomington area. Project proposals should demonstrate that the Lilly Library's resources are integral to proposed research topics. Candidates are encouraged to inquire about the appropriateness of a proposed topic before applying. Successful applicants will receive an award of up to $1,500 in support of travel, living, and/or research expenses. Awards must be used within one year of the award date and recipients must reside in Bloomington during the period of their awards. There is no special application form. Applicants are asked to submit a brief research proposal, not to exceed three pages. The proposal should (a) emphasize the relationship of the Lilly collections to the project, (b) include the length and preferred dates of the visit and (c) a budget specific to this research proposal which includes travel costs, living and research expenses, and any other source of financial support for this research trip. Applicants are also asked to submit a résumé and, for graduate students or other researchers whose résumés do not include a list of publications in their fields of research, two confidential letters of recommendation.
Mendel Fellowships Location: Bloomington, Indiana Amount: up to $40,000 Eligibility: doctoral students, post-doctoral Deadline: September 30, 2015 Website & application form: http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/fellowships.shtml
The Lilly Library of Indiana University invites applications for fellowships of up to $40,000 during the academic year in support of research in the library's Bernardo Mendel collections, as noted below. Established through a bequest by the estate of Johanna Lenz Mendel in 1998, the Mendel Fellowships are intended to support research by scholars from around the world in areas of particular interest to the Mendels, including: the history of the Spanish Colonial Empire; Latin American independence movements; European expansion in the Americas; voyages, travels and exploration; geography, navigation and cartography; German literature and history; and music, including sheet music. The amount of the stipend is based on the length of stay, which may range from one week to a full academic year. The fellowship is intended to cover travel to the Lilly Library and living expenses while in residence. There is no special application form: Candidates, ranging from doctoral research students to senior scholars, should submit a curriculum vitae, a 2-3 page proposal for their projects, including the specific holdings they intend to consult, two letters of recommendation, and an indication of length of stay, which may include the summer months.
Margaret Angus Research Fellowship Granting Agency: Museum of Health Care Location: Kingston, ON Amount: $4,600 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate Deadline: February 2 Website & application form: http://www.museumofhealthcare.ca/explore/research-and-collections/fellowship-posting.html
The Museum of Health Care offers the Margaret Angus Research Fellowship, a 16-week summer research fellowship, which investigates a topic relevant to the history of health and health care using the Museum’s collections. Senior undergraduate students and recent graduates of Honours Bachelor, Master’s, PhD programs are preferred. The value of the 2015 fellowship was $4600. Further information can be found online.
The Paul Klemperer Fellowship in the History of Medicine Location: New York City Amount: $5,000 Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: August 17, 2015 Website & application form: http://www.nyam.org/grants/klemperer.html
The Paul Klemperer Fellowship in the History of Medicine supports research using NYAM library resources for scholarly study of the history of medicine. Each Klemperer fellow receives a stipend of $5,000 to support travel, lodging and incidental expenses for a flexible period between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016. It is intended specifically for a scholar in residence at the NYAM Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health. The Klemperer Fellow is expected to spend at least four weeks in New York City, working at The New York Academy of Medicine. Fellows are required to present a seminar at NYAM, and to submit a final report on work done at the NYAM Library by the end of the award period. We invite applications from anyone, regardless of citizenship, academic discipline, or academic status. Preference will be given to (1) those whose research will take advantage of resources that are uniquely available at NYAM, and (2) individuals in the early stages of their careers.
Dr. Stephen Speisman Bursary Location: Toronto, ON Amount: $500 Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: November Website & application form: http://www.ontariojewisharchives.org/Research/Dr.-Stephen-Speisman-Bursary and http://www.ontariojewisharchives.org/Research/Dr.-Stephen-Speisman-Bursary
The Archives offers the Dr. Stephen Speisman Bursary, which provides financial assistance to individuals who are working on a thesis, scholarly article, or book in the area of Ontario Jewish history that demonstrates the records held at the OJA are integral to their work. A grant of up to $500 will be awarded each year to one or more researchers to help with the some of the costs incurred while conducting research at the OJA, such as travel expenses, photocopying, and off-site retrieval costs. The application form is available online.
The Dr. Edward H. Bensley Osler Library Research Travel Grant Location: Montreal, QC Amount: $4,000 Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral Deadline: see website Website & application form: http://www.mcgill.ca/library/branches/osler/grant
The Dr. Edward H. Bensley Osler Library Research Travel Grant is available to historians, physicians, graduate and post-doctoral students, and to those interested in the arts and humanities of medical history whose project requires them to travel to Montreal to consult material in the Osler Library. Each year up to $4,000 in awards will be made to one or more individuals who require a minimum of 2 weeks to carry out their research in the calendar year in which the grant is awarded.
http://www.mcgill.ca/library/branches/osler/grant Mary Louise Nickerson Fellowship in Neuro History Location: Montreal, QC Amount: $10,000 Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, independent scholar Deadline: see website Website & application form: http://www.mcgill.ca/library/branches/osler/nickerson
The Mary Louise Nickerson Fellowship in Neuro History will allow a scholar to carry out research utilizing the Neuro History archival and artifact collections, the centre piece of which is the Penfield Archive in the Osler Library, and other resources available at the Osler Library, the Montreal Neurological Institute and the McGill University Archives. Value varies depending on the project, to a maximum of $10,000. More than one fellowship may be awarded during each fiscal year. May be renewable. Applications are invited from a variety of individuals, including graduate students, scholars and professionals. Preference will be given to applicants spending at least one month in Montreal and who take advantage of the rare and unique materials held in the Osler Library and McGill University. Fellows are required to submit a report of their work suitable for publication in the Osler Library Newsletter and may be requested to give a brief presentation at the University.
Location: Montreal, QC
Eligibility: graduate, post-doctoral, independent scholar
Deadline: see website Website & application form: http://www.mcgill.ca/library/branches/osler/pivnicki
The Award in Neuro and Psychiatric History is offered by the Osler Library and the Montreal Neurological Institute and Library to support research in the fields of neuro-history and the history of psychiatry. The award supports a student or scholar wishing to carry out research utilizing the rich archival and monographic holdings at McGill University, such as the Penfield Archive in the Osler Library, and other resources available at the Osler Library, the Montreal Neurological Institute and the McGill University Archives. The award is open to students at McGill University as well as external students and researchers. The value varies depending on the project, to a maximum of approximately $4,000. The award may be renewable. Applications are invited from a variety of individuals, including graduate students, scholars and professionals. Recipients are required to submit a report of their work suitable for publication in the Osler Library Newsletter and may be requested to give a brief presentation at the University.
History of Medicine Travel Grants Location: Durham, NC Amount: $1,000 Eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, independent scholar, post-doctoral Deadline: January 30 Website & application form: http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/history-of-medicine/grants
The History of Medicine Collections offers research grants of up to $1,000 to researchers whose work would benefit from access to the historical medical collections at the Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Faculty, graduate or undergraduate students and independent scholars with a research project requiring the use of materials held by the History of Medicine Collections are eligible. All applicants must reside outside of a 100-mile radius of Durham, NC.
Margaret Storrs Grierson Scholars-in-Residence Awards; Caroline D. Bain Scholars-in-Residence Awards; Friends of the Smith College Library (FSCL) Scholars-in Residence Awards Location: Northampton, MA Amount: $2,500 Eligibility: faculty, independent scholars, graduate students Deadline: February 15 Website & application form: https://www.smith.edu/library/libs/ssc/grants.html
Travel-to-Collections funds are available to offset travel expenses of researchers engaged in a study that would benefit from access to the holdings at Smith College. We also welcome and encourage requests from researchers at the pre-proposal stage who would like to survey our holdings as they formulate their research agendas. We review applications for these funds once each year. Applications should be postmarked by February 15th. Awards will be announced April 1st. Applicants for Travel-to-Collections funds should submit six copies of the following: 1) a curriculum vita; 2) a letter outlining their research interests and needs; and 3) a proposed budget (not to exceed $1000) for travel and accommodations. We do not cover costs for meals, photocopies or other research-related costs. Graduate students should also arrange for two letters of recommendation (one copy of each, to be sent either with the application or separately) that speak to their scholarly experience, ability and promise.
Location: Bethesda, MD Amount: up to $10,000 Eligibility: Individuals over the age of 18 of any academic discipline or status. Non-U.S. citizens may apply. Deadline: See https://faes.org/content/michael-e-debakey-fellowship-history-medicine Website and Application Form: https://faes.org/content/michael-e-debakey-fellowship-history-medicine
Michael E. DeBakey (1908-2008) was an American surgeon, educator, and medical statesman. The Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship in the History of Medicine will support individuals in pursuing research in NLM’s Michael E. DeBakey papers, related collections held by the NLM, and the vast range of subjects which informed, or were informed by, Michael E. DeBakey’s professional career — from surgery to health care policy, medical libraries and expanding access to medical information, medical technology to medical ethics, military medicine to veteran health, humanitarianism to international diplomacy in the medical arena. The fellowship is intended to help offset the costs of visiting and using the NLM collections. Eligible applicants must be individuals over the age of 18 of any academic discipline or status. Non-U.S. citizens may apply. Applicants must submit a CV, an abstract of the proposed project, a brief bibliography, a budget of travel and other expenses, proof of health insurance, a copy of academic transcript, and two letters of support. This fellowship is funded by a gift by The DeBakey Medical Foundation. It is administered by the National Library of Medicine and the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences.
Location: Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN Amount: up to $1,000 Eligibility: All researchers. Preference will be given to early-career scholars: graduate students in the research stage of their dissertation and recent PhDs. Deadline: April 30 Website and Application Form: https://www.lib.umn.edu/uarchives/health-sciences-travel-fellowship
The Travel Fellowship in the History of the Academic Health Center & Health Sciences at the University of Minnesota is intended to promote research on post-World War II developments in academic health centers and health science research using the University of Minnesota Archives. The University of Minnesota Program in the History of Medicine in conjunction with the Academic Health Center History Project will offer up to two fellowships per year to interested scholars whose research is well suited to the health science and administrative collections in the University of Minnesota Archives. Applicants are encouraged to contact University of Minnesota Archivist Erik Moore at email@example.com to discuss the collections before applying. The amount of the fellowship is up to $1,000 to cover travel, lodging, research costs, and other incidental expenses for a single continuous research trip between the dates of July 1 and June 30. Applicants must submit a CV, the names and contact information of two referees, a two-page research proposal, and a one-page proposed budget.
Paul M. Wood Fellowship in Anesthesiology Location: Schaumburg, IL Amount: $500 + more for individuals who must travel more than 100 miles Eligibility: all researchers Deadline: April 30 Website & application form: https://www.woodlibrarymuseum.org/fellowship/ and https://www.woodlibrarymuseum.org/fckeditor/uploads/file/WOOD%20LIBRARY%20Fellowship_11_13_2014.pdf
The Board of Trustees of the Wood Library-Museum created the Wood Library-Museum Fellowship in Anesthesiology to provide recipients with financial support for up to three weeks of scholarly and historical research at the Wood Library-Museum pertaining to the specialty of anesthesiology. Applications are invited from anesthesiologists, residents in training in anesthesiology, physicians in other disciplines, historians, graduate students of the history of medicine and other individuals with a developed interest in the history of anesthesia or library and museum research. Fellows will receive a grant of $500 to support their work. In addition, individuals who must travel more than 100 miles to the WLM will receive funds for airfare equal to one round-trip economy class trip by air to and from their residence. Travel support shall be paid only for travel within the United States with the exception that members of the American Society of Anesthesiologists residing in Canada or Mexico are also eligible for travel assistant to and from their homes. Fellows who are obliged to stay in commercial lodging near the WLM during the term of their fellowship shall be eligible for per diem support of $250/day for a period not to exceed fifteen working days.