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Koch Kellan Scholarship 2020

$10,000

February 16, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • We now call upon future ophthalmologists to become part of an emerging group of ophthalmic leaders and to continue the legacy of industry giants, Doctors Paul S. Koch and Robert E. Kellan. The Koch Kellan Scholarship is awarded annually by Paragon Gives, a Paragon BioTeck, Inc. initiative, to support the burgeoning career of a talented medical student fully committed to ophthalmology. All third-year (Class of 2021) students with full-time status at an accredited graduate medical (MD) program within the United States are eligible to apply for the $10,000.00 award. Applicants must submit the Scholarship Application form and subsequent materials, postmarked by February 16th, 2020, to the address provided on KochKellan.com.
    Eligibility: All third-year (Class of 2021) students with full-time status at an accredited graduate medical (MD) program within the United States are eligible to apply. Candidates must be committed to a clinical, teaching, and/or research career in ophthalmology. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Caity Fager
  • 4640 SW Macadam Ave
  • Suite 80
  • Portland, OR 97239
  • cfager@paragonbioteck.com
  • 503-501-2521

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