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Call for Applications: 2011 MGH Physician-Scientist Development Award (Four Year Awards for Investigators Under-Represented in Academic Medicine)
The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)'s Multicultural Affairs Office and the Executive Committee on Research are inviting basic, clinical, translational and health services investigators to apply for its 2011 Physician-Scientist Development Award designed for MD and/or PhD investigators at MGH who are under-represented in academic medicine.
The award is intended to provide transitional funding for support in the development of such physicians/scientists, and an amount of $30,000 per year, plus 15% indirect costs will be provided for each awardee. The award has two components: A minimum of $15,000 may be used for laboratory assistance and non-capital equipment, and a maximum of $15,000 to repay educational loans.
Under-represented minorities in academic medicine include Hispanics, African-Americans, Alaskan Natives and American Indians.
More information regarding the Call is attached.
The deadline for applications is March 17, 2011 (4pm EST).