- VAM travel scholarships (Feb. 1): The scholarships (General Surgery Resident/Medical Student Travel Scholarship and Diversity Medical Student Travel Scholarship) are for medical students and residents for the Vascular Annual Meeting. Recipients will be able to meet other students and residents plus talk with members and leaders of the vascular surgical community. Applicants get complimentary meeting registration plus financial resources to help defray travel costs.
- Student Research Fellowship (Feb. 1): Sponsored by the SVS Foundation, this award seeks to introduce the student to the application of rigorous scientific methods to clinical problems and underlying biologic processes important to patients with vascular disease.
News from the SVS
Two VAM Scholarship, Fellowship deadlines are Feb. 1
Publish date: January 11, 2018
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