Sponsored by: ERF
The SNMMI Bradley-Alavi Student Fellowships are designed to stimulate students’ interest in molecular imaging/nuclear medicine by supporting their full-time participation in clinical and basic research activities for three months (or less).
The Bradley-Alavi Fellowships are named by the donors - Drs. Jane and Abass Alavi - in honor of Dr. Stanley E. Bradley, a professor of Medicine and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons until 1978 and a prominent researcher in the fields of renal physiology and liver disease. These fellowships are made possible through a grant from the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
- Current curriculum vitae
- A detailed research proposal not to exceed 2 pages, excluding references.
- A completed evaluation from the nuclear medicine faculty advisor overseeing the research (preceptor), whose information will be requested.
- At least one (preferably two) support letters from others involved in the applicant’s educational/research experience. The applicant’s preceptor may submit a letter of support, however, it must not be the sole letter received.
- A candidate from any country may apply, but the work must be done in the United States.
- The applicant must:
• Be enrolled in a medical, pharmacy or graduate school, or be an undergraduate student demonstrating outstanding competence in nuclear medicine and/or molecular imaging research.
- Complete fellowship in the United States between December 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.
- Applicants must be a member of the SNMMI. If you are not a member, please visit: www.snmmi.org/membership
Apply Now » (opens Fall 2020)