In addition to the number of larger research programs, there are a number of small grants available. Check out the links below for more information, and contact us if you have any questions.

 

The Bowles Fellows Program

This program provides one-year fellowships focused on community outreach activities that address alcohol-related problems and the associated needs of at-risk communities.

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UNC Injury Prevention Research Center

Competitive small grants are awarded to graduate and professional students, medical residents, and fellows for research on injury topics.

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Salber-Phillips Award

One or more awards of up to $1,000 are offered to UNC medical students for their work on community-oriented projects that improve the health or well-being of elderly people.

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Lawrence Zollicoffer-Alan Cross Community Health Fellowship

This fellowship is awarded to the student who submits an outstanding proposal to undertake a community health project that focuses on the health of minority and under-served communities.

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Scott Neil Schwirck Fellowship

This fellowship is awarded to the student who submits an outstanding research proposal that represents their curiosity, intellectual vigor, enthusiasm for science and research, and above all, a desire to help others.

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Robert E. Bryan Fellowships

This fellowship offers funding for summer public service projects aimed toward improving the lives of North Carolinians.

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Schweitzer Fellowships

The U.S. Schweitzer Fellows Programs provide community service fellowships for graduate students in health-related professional fields who are dedicated to addressing unmet health needs in their local areas.

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International Opportunities

The International Programs Coordinator in the Office of Student Activities provides assistance to medical students planning and organizing international research, study and service projects.

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