School of Medicine

Biomedical Informatics Scholarships & Awards

Overview

Student Fellowships

Fellowships 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 the application.

The Richard A. Fay and Carol M. Fay Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Honor of Homer R. Warner, MD, PhD

The Richard A. Fay and Carol M. Fay Endowed Graduate Fellowship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Fay in honor of Homer Warner, MD, PhD. The funds are designated to support an outstanding graduate student’s training in the Department of Biomedical Informatics. Read more.

Helmuth F. Orthner, PhD, FACMI, Endowed Fellowship

The Helmuth F. Orthner Fellowship was established in memory of Helmuth F. Orthner, PhD, FACMI. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide a graduate assistantship over a four year period to an incoming PhD-seeking student. Read more.

Allan Pryor, PhD Endowed Fellowship

The T. Allan Pryor, PhD Fellowship was established in memory of Allan Pryor, PhD. The funds are designated to support an outstanding graduate student’s training in the Department of Biomedical Informatics. Read more.