objective of the program
The GEVRM program aims to invest in the recruitment, mentorship and career development of tomorrow’s leaders. The program will provide grants to veterinarian students and residents to support longitudinal mentored clinical/research projects in infectious disease, inflammation and oncology.
The grants are funded by the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the OSU Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine. Recipients of the program will be required to present a seminar as part of the Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series upon completion of their project and submit a 1-page report to Dr. Luiz Bermudez.
Eligibility: All professional veterinary students in good academic standing and residents at the OSU Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine
Applicant will need to develop a basic or translational research project with two faculty mentors
The project duration must be a minimum of two terms and can be at maximum a year long (4 terms: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)
Complete the application and submit it before the deadline date. Late or incomplete applications will be not accepted for review.
The program has three application deadlines per year:
February 15th (Review in March) - Funded projects will start Spring term
August 15th (Review in September) - Funded projects will start Fall term
November 15th (Review in December) - Funded projects will start Winter term
Stipend Award: $1000/term; up to a maximum of $4000 for students/residents working on a yearlong project.
Grant Award: Amount awarded is dependent on the scope and length of the project. The Research Budget must be justified.
Submit APPLICATION to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions can be directed to Amy Ma at email@example.com