AIMBE Opportunities for Students and Trainees
As Student/Candidates members of ACCE, you are entitled to the following benefits.
First, make sure you are registered to attend
AIMBE’s Public Policy
Institute for Rising Leaders on October 29-30, 2018
in Washington, DC. This forum—offering travel awards to underrepresented
minority students with a September 14 applications deadline—allows trainees to
understand the public policy landscape shaping medicine and engineering.
Keynote speaker Dr. Keith Yamamoto, UCSF’s first Chancellor for Science Policy,
will kick-off the two-day event in Washington, DC. Click here for program
and travel award details.
The AIMBE FDA Scholars
Program is seeking distinguished post docs to participate in a 1-year
appointment at the FDA. AIMBE has a wonderful partnership with academia,
industry, and the Centers for Devices and Radiological Health at FDA. I’ll be
looking for your recommendations for your trainees to participate in this
highly competitive program.
Applications are due by December
5, 2018 for the 2019-2020 program year. (Only U.S. citizens are eligible
at this time.) Click
here for more information.