Medical Student Fellowship in MS
St. Louis, MO
Application Deadline: February 3, 2014
Sponsored by the Gateway Area Chapter of the National MS Society, the Medical Student Fellowship in MS program offers the opportunity to expose medical students in their pre-clinical and clinical years to the field of multiple sclerosis.
2014 Student Fellowship in MS
1. Clinical Path – 4 week fellowship
Student will be assigned a mentor (neurologist and MS specialist). Students will have exposure to a multi-disciplinary practice area at several MS Comprehensive Care Centers in the St. Louis area over a 4 week period (2 weeks at each MS Center).
1st & 2nd year medical students (pre-clinical – stipend available); 3rd & 4th year medical students (clinical – Elective Credit available & stipend available).
2. Multi-Disciplinary Research Path – 8 week fellowship
Student will be assigned a mentor (neurologist and MS specialist). Research project will take place at Washington University School of Medicine. Students receive an elective credit secured through Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM). Note: Elective Credit through WUSM is not available for osteopathic college medical students. For 8-week research fellowship between students 1st and 2nd year at Washington University School of Medicine, summer fellowship is scheduled sometime between June 2 – August 29, 2014 (final date determined between student and mentor).
The fellowship program was established to stimulate individuals to pursue careers in neurology and multiple sclerosis in either research or practice settings. This fellowship is located in St. Louis, MO.
Stipend Award Amount:
$1800 – 4 week fellowship
$3600 – 8 week fellowship
For additional information, please contact Suzanne Carron, Vice President, Programs and Services, at 314-446-4169 or Suzanne.Carron@nmss.org.