Physician Scientist Residency Training Award

Funding Agency:
American Urological Association

The Physician Scientist Residency Training Award (PSRTA) will grow the population of surgeon-scientists who can effectively lead robust research programs, successfully compete for independent research funding and more effectively engage with basic scientists. Rare in the field of urology, but common in other medical and surgical fields, this program supports three years of research training embedded within residency.

The PSRTA resident will complete an eight-year training program in urology beginning in July 2019. The trainee will complete the first two years of clinical training and then matriculate into the three-year research training program. The final three years of clinical training will conclude the PSRTA training program. The Urology Care Foundation will provide $75,000 per year ($225,000 total) to support the trainee during the three years of research training. Institutional cost-sharing is required. In addition, the trainee will receive conference travel support, focused didactic research courses, exceptional mentorship and strong research skills.  

Fourth-year medical students or medical student graduates not more than two years beyond graduation by July 1, 2018 are invited to apply for the inaugural PSRTA resident position. Applicants will participate in an early selection process, separate from the national urology residency match program, and will begin residency in July 2019.

 A letter of intent is required and is due by 5:00 p.m. ET on August 16, 2018

Eligibility

Grad/Prof Students
Medical Fellow/Resident

Category

Medical
Medical - Basic Science
Medical - Clinical Science
Medical - Translational

External Deadline

August 16, 2018