Bristol-Myers Squibb: M.D. Fellows Research Program

Virology Fellows Research Program

Bristol-Myers Squibb is currently supporting a Fellowship Research Program in Virology. This program is a key component of an ongoing and concerted effort by Bristol-Myers Squibb to advance research and understanding in the areas of HIV/AIDS. The program provides support for Fellows to gain experience in epidemiological and clinical research as it relates to the care of individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

Goals of the Program

  • Support studies that will further strengthen the science and knowledge
  • Support the development of future clinical researchers

Eligibility Criteria

  • Be an active Fellow accepted to or in good standing in an U.S.-based ACGME-accredited Fellows training program in the 2016-2017 academic year
  • Be a PhD, clinical pharmacist or nurse in an accredited post-doctoral training program
  • Desire to enhance knowledge and skill development in the area of HIV/AIDS research
  • Must identify a faculty member to serve as project mentor at the applicant’s institution

Enrollment and Funding

  • Fellows will be selected for the 2016-2017 academic year
  • Research grants of up to $25,000 to support research-related expenses for a 1-year research period
  • Total research grant amount is inclusive of indirect costs and associated IRB fees and is not permitted for use towards travel to conferences or for durable equipment

Application Process

  • Please review the Terms & Conditions outlined here
  • During the application period, follow the appropriate link below to view the research proposals Bristol-Myers Squibb has identified
  • To be considered the Fellow must complete the application and submit all required supplemental materials through the website. Please review the details for how to apply here
  • Completed applications must be submitted through the website by 5pm EST on August 05, 2016
  • Based on your research interest, please contact us with any questions regarding this program at

Before starting the submission process, please be sure to have the following information available.

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of good standing
    • This letter must come directly from the program administrator or program director
  • Letter of recommendation
    • This letter should be provided by a mentor along with a biosketch/CV
  • Concept summary/Letter of intent (LOI):
    • Hypothesis/Rationale
    • Objective/Endpoint
    • Treatment
    • Sample size
    • Eligibility
    • Statistical plan
    • References
  • Budget

Virology Fellows, please click here to agree to the Bristol-Myers Squibb Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy and to begin the application process.


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