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Preceptorships

Dr. Brett Thombs with a rheumatology preceptee.Recruiting more quality rheumatology professionals starts with building interest in the field among the best and brightest medical and graduate students and residents.

Preceptorships encourage students and residents to learn more about rheumatology and pursue careers in the field by supporting a one-on-one, real-world learning experience. 

 

 

 

 

Rheumatology Future Physician Scientist Award 

This research training experience is expected to tangibly enhance the individuals’ potential to develop into a productive, independent physician-scientist in the field of rheumatology.

Purpose
Enhance the research training of promising students who are matriculated in a combined MD/PhD or DO/PhD dual-doctoral degree training program and who intend careers as physician-scientists

Award Amount
Up to 30,000 per year in direct costs (maximum $60,000 over 2 years)

Award Term
2 years 

Application Deadline
Applications are due December 1, 2020 

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Medical and Graduate Student Preceptorship

A full-time clinical or research mentorship with an established rheumatology professional; students can choose a four- or eight-week clinical preceptorship or an eight-week research preceptorship.

Purpose
Encourage medical and graduate students to consider a career in rheumatology

Award Amount
$2,000-$4,000 plus complimentary registration to ACR Convergence (the ACR's annual meeting)

Award Term
4 or 8 Weeks

Application Deadline
Applications for this award are due November 2, 2020.

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Ephraim P. Engleman Resident Research Preceptorship*/ Resident Research Preceptorship 

A full-time, in-depth research experience with an established rheumatology professional.

Purpose
Encourage residents to consider a career in rheumatology research

Award Amount
$15,000 

Award Term
3 Months

Application Deadline
Applications for this award are due November 2, 2020.

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*The Ephraim P. Engleman Resident Research Preceptorship is allotted to fund only one (1) recipient per year; all other qualified applicants would receive the Resident Research Preceptorship.


 

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