Fuller, Stone and Moloney Research Fellowships
The Alvan T. & Viola D. Fuller Fellowships offer undergraduate students from New England an opportunity to participate in laboratory research with accomplished investigators. The Betty Lea Stone Fellowships provide first-year medical students an opportunity to do basic cancer research. The William C. Moloney, MD Research Fellowship provides first-year medical students enrolled at Boston, Harvard or Tufts medical schools a chance to do summer research in the areas of hematology or oncology. They carry stipends of $4,500, $5,000 and $5,000, respectively.
- Fuller Fellowship: Upon selection, fellows are placed in labs at leading New England research institutions, such as teaching hospitals, universities, and medical schools. Summer fellowships last a minimum of 10 weeks. The Fuller Committee, composed of senior scientists, chooses and places the Fellows.
- Stone Fellowship: Betty Lea Stone Fellowships provide first-year medical students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience in basic cancer research, with a stipend of $5,000. The 10-week program is offered to first-year students attending a New England medical school. Students are selected by physicians and biomedical scientists active in cancer research, who evaluate the students' applications, academic records, and faculty recommendations. Successful candidates assist with ongoing basic research programs at New England institutions.
- Moloney Fellowship: Applicants must be enrolled at Boston University, Harvard or Tufts medical school. The applicant's sponsor must be from Brigham & Women's Hospital, and the project must be completed at Brigham & Women's. Moloney applicants are eligible to apply for the Betty Lea Stone Fellowship as well.
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