This award recognizes a junior research scientist for the best
basic science research that seeks to solve a clinical
The Harold Brody/Medical Emeritus Faculty Society Award supports the discovery of new knowledge that is critical for the continued advancement of the medical profession and improvement of health care.
To advance human health, scientific discoveries must be translated into practical applications. Such discoveries typically begin at “the bench” with basic research—in which scientists study disease at a molecular or cellular level—then progress to the clinical level, or the patient's “bedside.”
When such information is applied to the problems of health maintenance and cures for diseases, it could well provide new tools for developing innovative and effective therapies.
all materials by Monday, April 1, 2013.
Awardee will be notified by phone on or before Monday, April 29.
The award will be presented at Spring Clinical Day on May 18,
2013. To receive the award, you must present a research poster at
Spring Clinical Day and be prepared to discuss your research with
alumni, faculty and guests.
You must be either a:
You may hold an MD, PhD or both, with your most recent degree
awarded no more than 10 years ago.
Your research must involve a basic science project specifically directed toward solving a clinical problem. The application must indicate the nature of the clinical problem to be addressed and how the research results might be applied to the problem, with the possibility of developing therapeutic interventions or clinical trials in people.
You will need to prepare a single PDF including these materials:
For all supporting documentation, use Times New Roman font in 12-point type with single line spacing and one-inch margins.
A committee of medical school research faculty evaluates applications on your proposal’s merit and translational aspects, grammar and style.
If you have questions about the Brody/Medical Emeritus Faculty Society Award, please contact:
Susan M. Orrange
Director of Education and Resident Support Services
Graduate Medical Education
113 Cary Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: (716) 829-6129; Fax: (716) 829-3999