School of Medicine

Complete Scholarship Name Application Deadline Date Contact Name Contact Phone Number Contact E-mail Address
McLeod Foundation Medical Scholars No June 1 Jerel Arceneaux 803.216.3629 jerela@uscmed.sc.edu
Students attending the regional campus in Florence during their 3rd and 4th year of medical school will be considered for funding based on availability of funds each year.
Lilla Bush McNulty & William McNulty Medical Student Scholarship Yes March 1st Jerel Arceneaux 803.216.3629 jerela@uscmed.sc.edu
The scholarship will be awarded by the USC School of Medicine Scholarship and Loan Committee and will be based on financial need. This criteria may be revised to include other stipulations such as clinical areas of interest, academic merit, geographic and/or other requirements/preferences.
CAM/ COBRE Scholarship No May 17, 2018 Tina Akers 803.216.34010 Tina.akers@uscmed.sc.edu
CAM / COBRE Scholarship
The Kensley Fuller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund Yes December 15 Jerel Arceneaux 803.216.3629 jerela@uscmed.sc.edu
The scholarship, which is being established in memory of Kensley Fuller, a beautiful and loving six-year-old girl who passed away after a brief illness, will be available to student entering the School of Medicine and will be awarded by the School of Medicine's Scholarship Committee to an incoming freshman student and remain with the same recipient for four years, as long as she/he maintains a GPA of at least 3.6. The Donors and their daughter, Mercedes Livingston, or the Donors' designated representatives may serve on the Committee, but shall not be the majority of the Committee. The preference is for applicants to have an incoming GPA of at least 3.6. The applicant will be required to complete an application, which will include a personal essay explaining the reason or purpose for pursuing a medical degree and the applicant's personal and career goals and objectives. Preference may be given to applicants with a history of community service involvement.
The John D. & Patricia L. Beckler Foundation in Alzheimer's & Cognitive Disease Fund No N/A Susan Butler 803.216.3317 susan.butler@uscmed.sc.edu
A candidate for the fellowship will be a first- or second-year Biomedical Sciences PhD student in good academic standing at the School of Medicine. The selection process will begin with the identification of appropriate applicants to the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Program, with the awardee being selected on the basis of academic record, desire for a career in neurobiology of aging research, and commitment to the project as the basis for the doctoral thesis. The candidate(s) will be interviewed and selected by the co-mentors, Dr. Larry Reagan and Dr. Jim Fadel, as well as the chair of Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience, Dr. Marlene Wilson.
School of Medicine Departmental Fund ( Parkinson's Disease Basic Science Research) No N/A Susan Butler 803.216.3317 susan.butler@uscmed.sc.edu
To be eligible for this award the student must be (1) a graduate student in the laboratory of Norma Frizzell Catledge and (2) performing basic science research on a project that contributes to the understanding of Parkinson's Disease.
Laura R. and William M. Corbett Trust Scholarship Yes March 1 Susan Butler 803.216.3317 Susan.butler@uscmed.sc.edu
Scholarships funded from the Laura R. and William M. Corbett Trust which was started as a loan program before the school of medicine was founded and is now a scholarship program. New and continuing medical students based on academic merit and financial need.