The Thomas F. Frawley, MD, Residency Research Fellowship Fund supports medical or surgical residents and new graduates for whom research represents a primary personal interest and passion.
The award is intended to offset research costs or personal expenses to help a resident pursue research on completion of his or her residency. It may be shared among multiple recipients.
Research proposals are solicited in January and due by the beginning of April of each year.
Submit all materials by Monday, April 1, 2013.
Letters from your department chair and research mentor are also
due by Monday, April 1, 2013.
The recipient will be announced May 18, 2013, at this year’s Scholarly Exchange Day.
To be eligible, you must have completed at least two years in your residency and have a close working relationship with a mentor. The award committee prefers to award this fellowship to deserving individuals who have completed residency, but individuals with the minimum two years completed, distinguished credentials and research interests are also welcome to apply.
A committee of senior UB research faculty reviews applications, evaluating them in three areas:
Use the online form to send nominations to Roseanne C. Berger, MD. You will need to provide these materials:
You will also need to have your department chair and your
research mentor send letters of support. Your mentor’s letter
should discuss the current stage of your career development and
give recommendations for your career’s next phase. Have these
letters sent to Roseanne C. Berger, MD.