School of Medicine

Biomedical Informatics Scholarships & Awards

Overview

Assistantships

Assistantships are available to support training in the Department of Biomedical Informatics. Applicants should be aware these funding sources are competitively sought after and acceptance into the program does not guarantee financial support.

  • The student will perform a set of specified tasks (20 hours per week)
  • US citizenship is not required for application.

The Bruce A. Houtchens, MD Memorial Scholarship in Biomedical Informatics & Telemedicine

The Bruce A. Houtchens, MD Memorial Scholarship in Biomedical Informatics and Telemedicine was established in memory of Dr. Bruce A. Houtchens, MD. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide a first year graduate assistantship to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.

John D. Morgan, PhD, Fellowship

The John D. Morgan Fellowship was established in memory of John D. Morgan, PhD. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide a first year graduate assistantship to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.

Helmuth F. Orthner, PhD, FACMI, Scholarship

The Helmuth F. Orthner Scholarship was established in memory of Helmuth F. Orthner, PhD, FACMI. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide a first year graduate assistantship to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.

T. Allan Pryor, PhD Scholarship

The T. Allan Pryor, PhD Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Allan Pryor, PhD. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide a first year graduate assistantship to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.

Homer Warner, MD, PhD, Graduate Assistantship in Biomedical Informatics

The Homer Warner Graduate Assistantship in Biomedical Informatics was established in honor of Dr. Homer R. Warner, MD, PhD, a pioneer in the field of informatics and the founder of the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Utah. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide a first year graduate assistantship to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.