ach year the National Med-Peds Residents’ Association presents several grants and awards to Med-Peds Residents. Deadline for all awards and grants will be Friday, June 29, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST, with the exception of Research Grant with a deadline of Friday, July 26, 2018 11:59 EST.  See links below for more details about the individual grants and awards. Presentations/blurbs from previous winners are posted under the individual grant page.

For medical students, we are excited to announce a new award, the Outstanding Medical Student Interest Group Award, for which the winning group will receive a monetary award as well as national recognition at the yearly national meeting! See further details for the award on the separate page below.

Applications now open! See the individual grant/award pages below on how to apply.
Submit applications by email to president-elect@medpeds.org

Grants and Awards


    • Must be a Med-Peds Resident at the time of application (with the exception of the separate medical student case competition)
    • Must be a NMPRA member at the time of application
      • If not already a member, please go to www.medpeds.org to find out how to join
    • Must be able to attend NMPRA National Meeting in Orlando, FL on November 3, 2018 for Clinical Case Competition, Howard Schubiner Award, and Gary Onady Award
    • Must be able to attend NMPRA National Meeting in New Orleans, LA in October 2019 for Advocacy/Community Service Grant, International Travel Grant, QI Project Grant and Research Grant in order to present activities and experiences


Grant Winners – Congratulations!


    • Advocacy/Community Service: Dr Eric Chow (Brown University), TEACH: Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Care in Woonsocket, RI
    • Resident Case Competition: Dr. Michelle El-Hosni (Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University), It’s always the quiet ones: A fatal case of Lactobacillus endocarditis
    • Medical Student Case Competition: Selena Marie-Rodriguez, MS4 (University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine), Surpassing Genetic Odds: A case of survival in a short arm chromosome deletion
    • Gary Onady: Dr. Robin Felker (University of Massachusetts)
    • Howard Schubiner: Dr. Christopher Terry (Brown University)
    • International Travel Grant: Dr. David Flood (University of Minnesota), Maya Health Alliance Project on Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes and Malnutrition in Tecpán, Guatemala
    • Research Grant: Dr. Robin Ortiz (Johns Hopkins), Elucidating the Epigenetic Underpinnings of HPA Axis Dysfunction in Diabetes and Cardiometabolic Disease Risk, Outcomes, and Comorbidities
    • Medical Student Interest Group Award: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Winners will be presenting their research/cases at the 2018 NMPRA National Meeting. Previous winners’ presentations and/or blurbs are posted under the individual award pages.