The Fellowship Program in AIDS Care, supported in part by grants from Kaiser Permanente, The California HealthCare Foundation, and Aetna Foundation, Inc., and administered by National Medical Fellowships, Inc. (NMF), fosters the participation of medical students from traditionally underrepresented groups in HIV/AIDS clinical care and research. This program is a joint initiative of NMF and the University of California, San Francisco AIDS Research Institute in response to the severity of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in medically underserved communities.
African-Americans/Blacks, Puerto Ricans, Mexican-Americans, American Indians, Native Hawaiians and Alaska Natives who are U.S. citizens attending M.D. degree-granting institutions accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education of the Association of American Medical Colleges, or in D.O.degree-granting colleges of osteopathic medicine accredited by the Bureau of Professional Education of the American Osteopathic Association are eligible. Candidates must demonstrate academic achievement, leadership potential, and potential for distinguished contributions to medicine. Candidates must be currently in their second or third year of medical school.
- African American
- Alaskan Native
- American Indian
- Mexican American
- Native American
- Puerto Rican
Other RestrictionsCandidates must be current second or third-year students.
This funding opportunity requires applicants to hold U.S. Citizenship.
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