Call for Proposals: Mary DeWitt Pettit, MD, Fellowship
We are pleased to announce the call for proposals for the Mary DeWitt Pettit, MD, Fellowship for the 2021–2022 academic year.
Originally established jointly by the Trust Fund of the Alumnae/i Association of WMC/MCP and the estate of Mary DeWitt Pettit, MD, and donated by the Trust Fund to Drexel University in 2015, this $10,000 fellowship supports research or other special projects of junior female faculty members at the Drexel University College of Medicine.
The fellowship is intended to provide the recipient with the opportunity to acquire additional credentials necessary to advance in academic rank. Applicants are encouraged to address an area of particular interest to the donor, for example, but not limited to: general women’s health or OB/GYN, mother and child/children or family issues, or medical education.
The fellowship is available to female faculty members of the Drexel University College of Medicine for research to advance their scholarship. The recipient does not have to be an alumna of the College of Medicine. The fellowship recipient must be a faculty member until the completion of the project.
See all fellowship guidelines and criteria [PDF]
How to Apply
Application deadline: The deadline for proposals is Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 5 p.m.
Submission format: A single PDF application must be submitted to COM.FAFD@drexel.edu.
Materials needed (in a single PDF): Cover sheet (download cover sheet as a Word document), proposal with budget (download application instructions [PDF]).
Notification of awards: May 2021
Funding for activity: July 1, 2021–June 30, 2023
Final report required: At the completion of the project, a full written report, including a financial statement, must be submitted to the Offices of Faculty.
2020 Fellowship Recipients
The Office of Faculty is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020–2021 Mary DeWitt Pettit, MD, Fellowship:
- Jacqueline Barker, PhD, Pharmacology and Physiology
"Astrocyte Contribution to Ethanol-Dependence Induced Susceptibility to Adversity in Females"
- Sara Keely Schultz, MD, Medicine
"Engaging Female Sex Workers at Prevention Point: The Intersection of Sexual Health and Medical Education"
Jacqueline Barker, PhD
Sara Keely Schultz, MD
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