Dermatology Fellows Award - Pilot Program

The MRA Dermatology Fellows Pilot Program in 2019 is limited to Mayo Clinic - Minnesota Campus, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York University Langone Health, Stanford University, University of California Los Angeles, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale University with the plan to open the program to additional medical institutions in the future. 

The Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA) is pleased to announce a special call for applications to our Dermatology Fellows Award - Pilot Program. The aim of this training program is to drive greater interest in the prevention, detection, diagnosis and early intervention treatment of melanoma among dermatologists by investing in post-docs and medical residents focused on dermatology.

May 20, 2019 - UPDATE. General eligibility requirements and percent effort guidelines have been updated to allow for medical residents to apply. See full RFP for specific changes.

Full proposals due 5 p.m. Eastern Time, June 14, 2019


MRA Dermatology Fellows Pilot Program:

Award Term: 1 Year with the possibility of a 2nd year renewal

Award Amount: Up to $35,000 total costs for one year. A second, renewal year may be possible based on progress and a Year Two Renewal Proposal.

Please see the full Dermatology Fellows Award - Pilot Program RFP for specific details on eligibility and instructions on how to apply. 

Dermatology Fellows Award - Pilot Program RFP

Email questions about this RFP, eligibility, or other issues about MRA or its awards to Tasheema Prince, MRA Scientific Program Manager at tprince@curemelanoma.org

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