We are pleased to announce a request for applications for the Yale International Physician-Scientist Resident and Fellow Research Award through the Office of Physician-Scientist and Scientist Development (OPSSD) at the Yale School of Medicine. The Award will provide an opportunity to recruit a research-oriented resident or fellow who is not eligible for T32 funding due to citizenship requirements. Eligible candidates may not be a US Citizen or Permeant Resident and the fellowship or residency program must not have other funding for the individual’s salary during the research years of their residency or fellowship. The award will provide up to two years of PGY-level equivalent salary for fellows or residents to support post-doctoral research training during or directly following residency or fellowship.
Fellowship and Residency programs that have a potential candidate for the Yale International Physician-Scientist Resident and Fellow Research Award would invite the potential candidates to go through their normal application process and if the program would like to offer the potential candidate a position an application would be submitted to OPSSD and after review but prior to the match deadline the program would be notified if their candidate would receive the award.
Candidates that are interested in pursuing a career as a Physician-Scientist with a focus in basic research, translational research, clinical research, or community-based research are eligible for support. Applications will be reviewed based on the candidate, program track record and the needs of the program.
Due date for applications: Applications are reviewed on a monthly basis and must be submitted by the 25th of the month and will be reviewed in the following month.