The Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program supports basic/biomedical, clinical, dental, nursing, and health services/epidemiology research. The purpose of the AMFDP award is to facilitate the transition of the newly-trained clinician who wishes to develop into an independent investigator. The information requested in the application process is essential for screening as well as for interviewing applicants.
An application to the AMFDP consists of two parts: the completion of the online process through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Application and Review system (found through a link at MyRWJF), and submission of other (paper) supporting documents.
Click for a view of the 2016 AMFDP application. This is for information purposes only — it is not possible to submit an application from this link.
See the most recent Call for Proposals.
You will first need to register at MyRWJF. While it is necessary to create a user ID and password, you may retain these for all future applications. At MyRWJF you may sign up for and manage free e-mail subscriptions and alerts, review active calls for proposals and news releases, participate in the RWJF Community using blogs and message boards, and apply for funding through the AMFDP or another program.
The National Advisory Committee will consider applications only when they are complete. Therefore, you should start the process as soon as you decide to apply.