Graduate students interested in pursuing health-care research interests and study projects during the 2016-2017 academic year should consider applying for a Fulbright Research or Fulbright Fogarty (public health) grant. Students who wish to pursue a research and study projects that emphasize the study of a non-Western language should also consider the NSEP Boren Graduate Fellowship and Critical Language Scholarship programs.
The Office of Honor Scholarships provides support and guidance, as well as the necessary university endorsement required for Vanderbilt students. Interested students should contact Lyn Fulton-John as soon as possible to discuss their project ideas and qualifications and review the application. The final deadline for submission of application for September 15, 2015 (NOT October, as noted on the Fulbright website).
For more information, contact the Office of Honor Scholarships.
Note that these programs are open to those who will not have earned a PhD at the time of application. Those with PhD’s should review the Fulbright options for US scholars, which is managed by the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars (CIES).
Topic: "General Considerations of the Pediatric Perioperative Period"
Presenter: Dr. Jenna Sobey
Location: VCH 3349
Reading: Chap 8, pp 161-170 and Chap 10, pp 198-220
Topic: "Anesthesia for Abdominal and Urological Procedures"
Presenter: Dr. Laura Zeigler
Location: VCH 4512
Topic: "It's Just a MAC, right?"
Presenters: Dr. Chris Cropsey and Dr. Michael Chi
Location: 2301-A VUH
Topic: Utero-Placental Function & Anesthetic Induced Hypotension
Presenter: Dr. Jill Boyle
Location: 4203 VUH
Reading: Relevant sections Chapters 3 & 4- Uterine blood flow & Placenta; Loubert 2012
Magnet Champion Training hosted by Magnet Education Committee
"The Role of Semi-Invariant Natural Killer T Cells in Tularemia-Like Disease Caused In Mice"
Timothy Michael Hill, Microbiology & Immunology (Professor Luc Van Kaer, Chair of the Ph.D. Committee)