The Office of Student Research provides three types of stipend support for student investigators. These are:
All programs require a competitive application. Summer research stipends are awarded primarily to students between the first and second year. Short-term stipends are awarded for specific blocks (1 - 3 months) during the academic year when full-time research is performed. These projects are supported by a variety of organizations (NIH, Howard Hughes Program, private donors, and departmental and University funds).
View a list of Past Student Fellowship Awards.
View pages 77-78 for guidance on "Preparation for International Medical Experience" in the Office of International Medical Student Education's Global Health Booklet.
Lowe Endowment Fund
We are pleased to announce the availability of limited funds from the Lowe Endowment which are available to Yale medical students. These funds can be used for two purposes:
- Research costs/equipment - Preference will be given to faculty/student pairs who do not have research grants or other funds to cover these expenses (some Downs fellowships where equipment is needed, humanities in medicine research projects, and certain clinical research projects). Funds will not be given if the faculty mentor holds a grant or has other funds.
- Travel to an international meeting outside the United States where the student is presenting a paper or poster.
Students can apply in one category only with applications due on three dates during the academic year:
- May 15th
- September 15th
- January 15th
The maximum that can be applied for in each category is $750. Students traveling to international meetings to present are also eligible for the usual travel allowance of one half of expenses up to $700. The faculty mentor must also indicate on the form by signature that other avenues have been explored for these expenses and are not available, including grants, Downs awards, and mentor’s funds.