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Call for Applications: Sigerist Prize for the History of Medicine and Science 2014
The Swiss Society for the History of Medicine and Science invites applications for the Henry-E.-Sigerist-Prize for the promotion of young scholars in the history of medicine and science.
Deadline for application: March 31st 2014
The prize was founded in 1967 by Mr. and Mss. Guggenheim-Schnurr from Basel in order to award outstanding young scholars in the field of history of medicine and science.
Applicants should submit studies completed within the last two years, i.e.
- articles published in journals
- printed books
- works of another kind which have been selected by the jury or proposed to it.
The texts must be written either in German, French, Italian or English and related to Switzerland by content, authorship, institution or topic. Work which has previously been awarded a prize is not eligible. Authors should not be older than 36 years of age. Dissertations and books have to be accompanied by a summary of no more than five pages. The detailed regulations can be found at www.sggmn.ch/sigerist-preis-e.html.
The prize amounts to CHF 2000.- (approx. EUR 1300)
Applications (in electronic form or in two paper copies, including a short CV) and enquiries should be sent to the president of the jury:
Dr Philip Rieder
Institut éthique histoire humanités
Centre Médical Universitaire
1211 Genève 4
Tél: 021 379 46 03
Call for Applications: Fellowship in the History of Family Medicine
The Center for the History of Family Medicine (CHFM) is proud to announce its fourth annual Fellow in the History of Family Medicine. Interested family physicians, other health professionals, historians, scholars, educators, scientists, and others are invited to apply.
The successful applicant will be awarded a fellowship grant in an amount of up to $1,500 to support travel, lodging, and incidental expenses relating to conducting research on a project of their choosing dealing with any aspect on the history of general practice, family practice, or family medicine in the United States. The fellowship will be awarded directly to the individual applicant and not to the institution where he or she may be employed.
The deadline to apply is 5:00 p.m. CDT, Monday, March 31, 2014. All applications will be reviewed in April, with the Fellowship award announced by May 31, 2014.
Complete fellowship rules, application forms, and instructions are available online.
Call for Applications: Research Fellowships at the Worth Library
The Edward Worth Library, Dublin, is offering a one month research fellowship, to be held in 2014, to encourage research relevant to its collections. The Worth Library is a collection of 4,400 books, left to Dr Steevens’ Hospital by Edward Worth (1676-1733), an early eighteenth-century Dublin physician. The collection is particularly strong in three areas: early modern medicine, early modern history of science and, given that Worth was a connoisseur book collector interested in fine bindings and rare printing, the History of the Book. Research does not, however, have to be restricted to these three key areas. Further information about the collection and our catalogues may be found on our website: www.edwardworthlibrary.ie
The closing date is Wednesday 2 April 2014.
For further details and application procedures please contact:
Dr Elizabethanne Boran
The Edward Worth Library
Dr Steevens’ Hospital
M. Louise Carpenter Gloeckner, M.D. Summer Research Fellowship
Please note: Deadline has been extended to April 1, 2014.
The M. Louise Carpenter Gloeckner, M.D. Summer Research Fellowship is offered annually by the Drexel University College of Medicine Archives and Special Collections on Women in Medicine. A $4,000 stipend is awarded to one applicant for research completed in residence at the Archives and Special Collections. The term of the fellowship is no less than four to six weeks to begin on or after June 1. The normal application deadline of March 3, 2014, has been extended to April 1, 2014. A short essay summarizing research findings is required upon completion of the fellowship. This essay may be published in a University publication or online via the Archives website.
This fellowship was established in memory of M. Louise Carpenter Gloeckner, M.D. by her husband Frederick Gloeckner in recognition of her key leadership role in the medical profession. This is a competitive annual fellowship open to scholars, students and general researchers.
In addition to materials related to the history of the Woman's Medical College/Medical College of Pennsylvania, the collections have particular strengths in the history of women in medicine, nursing, medical missionaries, the American Medical Women's Association, American Women's Hospital Service, and other women in medicine organizations. The majority of the collections fall within the period 1850 to the present.
Full information at http://bit.ly/wye5FM or email Joanne Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel Fellowship in the History of the Academic Health Center & Health Sciences at the University of Minnesota
The Travel Fellowship in the History of the Academic Health Center & Health Sciences at the University of Minnesota is intended to promote research on post-World War II developments in academic health centers and health science research using the University of Minnesota Archives. The University of Minnesota Program in the History of Medicine in conjunction with the Academic Health Center History Project will offer up to two fellowships per year to interested scholars whose research is well suited to the health science and administrative collections in the University Archives. Where possible, preference will be given to early career scholars: graduate students in the research stage of their dissertation and recent Ph.D.s.
University of Minnesota Archives Holdings: The University of Minnesota Archives house numerous collections related to the history of the Academic Health Center (AHC), its forerunning administrative configuration the College of Medical Sciences, and the records of the six schools and colleges that comprise the Academic Health Center: medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, dentistry, and veterinary medicine. The Archives also house collections pertaining to interdisciplinary centers within the Academic Health Center and oral histories and personal papers of prominent faculty and administrators.
Finding aids for many of the collections at the University Archives can be found at http://special.lib.umn.edu/uarch/. Digital documents related to the AHC and University administration are available through the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy. Applicants are encouraged to contact AHC Archivist Erik Moore at email@example.com to discuss the collections before applying.
Application and Expectations: Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, names and contact information of two referees, a brief proposal of no more than two pages, and a one-page proposed budget. The one- to two-page proposal should outline clearly the purpose of the research and its central questions, what records or materials will be used, any bigger project of which this research is a part, and the intended product(s) such as a dissertation, publications, or documentaries. Selection of fellows will be based on the decision of a multi-disciplinary committee.
Fellowship recipients will be required to submit a short report on their research and asked to present their work in progress with interested faculty, staff, and students while visiting at the University. Recipients are also required to supply the University Libraries with a copy of any publication resulting from research conducted as a result of the grant.
Duration and Support: The fellowship covers a flexible visit of between one to four weeks. The amount of the fellowship is up to $1,000.00 to support expenses related to travel, lodging, research costs, and other incidental expenses. The fellowship is available for a single, continuous research trip between the dates July 1 and June 30 annually.
Dates: The annual deadline for applications is June 1. Candidates will be informed of the results by June 30 and the fellowship will be available immediately (July 1).
Applications should be submitted via email. Be sure that your last name appears in the filename of each document. Send applications to: Dr. Dominique Tobbell, Program in the History of Medicine, University of Minnesota, firstname.lastname@example.org (612-626-5114).
Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine Research Fellowships
Deadline: March 15th 2014
The Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine will provide one $5000 grant to support travel, lodging, and incidental expenses for a flexible research period between July 1st 2014 - June 30th 2015. Foundation Fellowships are offered for research related to the history of women to be conducted at the Center for the History of Medicine at the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Preference will be given to projects that deal specifically with women physicians or other health workers or medical scientists, but proposals dealing with the history of women's health issues may also be considered.
Manuscript collections which may be of special interest include the recently-opened Mary Ellen Avery Papers, the Leona Baumgartner Papers, and the Grete Bibring Papers (find out more about our collections). Preference will be given to those who are using collections from the Center's Archives for Women in Medicine, but research on the topic of women in medicine using other material from the Countway Library will be considered. Preference will also be given to applicants who live beyond commuting distance of the Countway, but all are encouraged to apply, including graduate students.
In return, the Foundation requests a one page report on the Fellow's research experience, a copy of the final product (with the ability to post excerpts from the paper/project), and a photo and bio of the Fellow for web and newsletter announcements.
Applicants should submit a proposal (no more than two pages) outlining the subject and objectives of the research project, length of residence, historical materials to be used, and a project budget (including travel, lodging, and research expenses), along with a curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendations by March 15th 2014. The fellowship proposal should demonstrate that the Countway Library has resources central to the research topic.
Applications should be sent to: Women in Medicine Fellowships, Archives for Women in Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, 10 Shattuck Street, Boston, MA 02115. Electronic submissions of applications and supporting materials and any questions may be directed to email@example.com.