Diversity Summer Travel Fellowship in Otolaryngology for under-represented minority medical students
At the end of the fellowship, the awardee is expected to provide a brief summary of their experience in its totality, what they learned, and the most impactful experiences throughout the summer. This should include feedback on what worked well and what did not. In addition, the awardees will be required to submit an abstract-like document summarizing their research project including objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. Submission to an otolaryngology-related meeting is encouraged but not required and this would be at the discretion of the mentor.
Ideally the candidate is between year 1 and 2 of medical school. Some applicants between year 2 and 3 may have the ability to participate as a fellow award winner but this depends upon their medical school year academic calendar. Our Myers’ Family Summer Travel Fellowship in Otolaryngology FAQ page can be found by clicking here.
We are requesting applicants to submit:
- A personal statement, not more than 500 words (one page, single-spaced) detailing why you want this fellowship experience. Please include in the personal statement your underrepresented minority status
- A copy of your CV to be included with the personal statement
- A letter of recommendation
- Students must be in good standing at an accredited US medical school
The deadline for submission is March 31st, 2022 5:00PM EST.
The award of $5,000 includes the recipients roundtrip airfare, cost to travel to the meeting, transportation to and from, food and hotel stay expenses at the AHNS Annual/International Meetings. At the AHNS Annual/International Meeting the student will share their Summer experience via PowerPoint presentation and can network with AHNS members.