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Brater Scholarship program applications due April 15

Feb. 27, 2014

The Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine is accepting applications for the Brater Scholarship Program. Medical fellows who will be engaged in research in personalized medicine in any medical subspecialty in the 2014-15 academic year are eligible to apply.


  • The scholarship provides a structured environment for cutting-edge translational research with access to International leaders in personalized medicine.
  • Scholars will have access to peer-reviewed funding specifically designed for studies centered on personalized medicine.
  • The scholarship is designed to facilitate opportunities and career development in translational research.

Successful applications must complete their research under the mentorship of a funded investigator at IU School of Medicine. Each scholar will have a formal mentoring committee for each scholar to guide research and participate in monthly research meetings, as well as an annual retreat designed to stimulate collaborations and nurture peer-peer interactions.

This scholarship also includes an additional annual salary stipend during research years.

Additional eligibility requirements include advanced training in clinical or basic sciences, including M.D./Ph.D., M.D./MPH, M.D./MS and/or M.D. degrees. Candidates must be in an IU School of Medicine fellowship program and not in the final year of training.

Applications are due Tuesday, April 15. For more information, visit the application page.

Questions may be sent to Bryan P. Schneider, M.D., at bpschnei@iu.edu.

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