Thank you for your interest in applying for a medical student scholarship from the Child Neurology Foundation! Applications, including a letter of support from your mentor, must be submitted in the form below by April 11, 2022.
We are currently accepting applications for:
2022 Child Neurology Foundation Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) Summer Research Scholarship
One summer clinical research scholarship for a first- or second-year US or Canadian medical student who has an interest in training in neurodevelopmental disabilities or child neurology. The award will be made for clinical research focused in the field of neurodevelopmental disabilities in children to be conducted under the direction of a child neurology/NDD subspecialist during the 2022 summer break. Selected applicant will receive $3,500 scholarship to support a research project.
2022 Dr. Kenneth F. Swaiman Medical Student Scholarship
Administered annually beginning in May 2022, the $5,000 summer research scholarship will be given to each of three (3) U.S. or Canadian medical students who have an interest in exploring a career in child neurology. Travel expenses up to $1,000 will be provided to attend the annual Child Neurology Society meeting. The award will be open to second- or third-year medical students for a basic or clinical research project in child neurology conducted under the direction of a child neurologist.
Please note in the application form below whether you are applying for the 2022 CNF Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Summer Research Scholarship or the 2022 Dr. Kenneth F. Swaiman Medical Student Scholarship, or both.
For more information or questions, contact:
Allyson Eyermann, CNF Operations Manager
Confirmation of receipt will be sent to all applicants. If confirmation is not received within 2 business days, please call Allyson Eyermann at 888.417.3435.
Applications will be reviewed by a committee of child neurologists. All applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision by May 17.
This form is currently closed for submissions.