ABMS Visiting Scholars Program
Applications are now being accepted for the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Visiting Scholars Program. This program is designed for early career individuals looking to positively impact their profession as well as specialty certification through research. ABAI is here to support you in your application and project mentorship.
More information can found here.
Important 2022 Dates
April 19 — Prospective applicant webinar
June 12 — Application period closes 12:00 am CT
August — Selected individuals notified
September — Program begins
Early-career physicians, medical and surgical specialists, and research professionals, junior faculty, fellows, and residents, as well as individuals holding master or doctorate degrees in public health, health services research, educational evaluation and statistics, public health policy and administration, or other relevant disciplines.
During the year-long funded program, the Visiting Scholars remain at their home organizations and work with self-selected mentors. They participate in monthly interactive webinars where they provide research project updates to their peers and a select panel of subject matter experts and Visiting Scholars alumni who provide guidance, support, and solutions to barriers they may be experiencing in their research work.
The program begins in September. Scholars traditionally attend three in-person leadership meetings and present their research findings before a national audience at the annual ABMS Conference. Scholars say that the program helps shape their career path, advance their research aspirations, and forge long-term relationships. Read the Scholars Impact stories to learn more about their experiences.