SAEM/ACMT Michael P. Spadafora Toxicology Scholarship
Status: ClosedThe following provides an overview of the Michael P. Spadafora Medical Toxicology Scholarship and instructions for applying for the grant. For submission instructions and SAEMF policies, visit How To Apply. For answers to other common questions, visit our Grants FAQ page, or email email@example.com.
Next Application Deadline: TBD
All applications, including letters of recommendation, must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications must be received by 5 pm (Central time) on their due date. Applications must be submitted in a single file (PDF format only) attached to an email. The subject line of the email should indicate the grant for which the applicant is applying (Spadafora Medical Toxicology Scholarship).
APPLICATION FORMThere is no application form. Please see the application components required as listed below.
PURPOSE OF THE AWARD
Dr. Michael P. Spadafora was an academic emergency physician and medical toxicologist who was a member of the SAEM and the ACMT. He was dedicated to resident education. After his death in October 1999, memorial donations were directed to SAEM for the establishment of a scholarship fund to encourage emergency medicine residents to pursue medical toxicology fellowship training.
The award provides support for the recipient to attend the ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico (March 31 to April 2, 2017).
Please note that the ACMT offers a separate scholarship program that also provides support for attending the course. An awardee cannot receive both, but can apply for either or both awards separately. Contact ACMT for further information about that program at: email@example.com.
Applicant (Project PI)Any emergency medicine resident in good standing in an Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved emergency medicine residency program is eligible for the award.
APPLICATION COMPONENTSThe application for the award consists of the following:
Curriculum vitae of applicant.
Verification of employment and letter of support from the applicant's program director. The letter should include a statement attesting that the applicant will attend the conference.
1-2 letters of nomination from current member(s) of SAEM who has/have served in a supervisory, mentorship or similar role for the applicant.
1-2 page essay describing the applicant's interest and background in medical or other related topics relevant to human toxicology. The essay should include a statement attesting that the applicant will attend the conference.