Alfred E. Mann Innovation in Engineering Doctoral Fellowships
Nominations for the Alfred E. Mann Innovation in Engineering Doctoral Fellowships are now accepting applications. There will be three fellowships available in AY2017-18.
These fellowships are open to Ph.D. students in all Viterbi departments who have completed their first year and passed the screening exam. They are intended to support engineering doctoral students conducting innovative research that is interdisciplinary (biology, medicine, and engineering), or relevant to biology and medicine.
The Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California will provide an annual stipend of $33,000 for 1-3 years and a health benefits package for each fellowship recipient, and the Viterbi School of Engineering will cover the annual tuition.
Nominations and supporting documentation must be submitted by faculty via Alfred E. Mann Innovation in Engineering Doctoral Fellowship Application by February 17, 2017. Required supporting documentation include a research plan, resume/CV, two letters of recommendation, and an unofficial copy of USC transcripts.
Any questions about the Alfred E. Mann Innovation in Engineering Doctoral Fellowships may be directed to Jennifer Gerson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alfred E. Mann Biomedical Engineering Doctoral Fellowships
The Alfred E. Mann Biomedical Engineering Fellowship was established in 1998 by AMI-USC and USC with the first fellowship awarded in the Fall of 1999. The Fellow is selected by the faculty of the Biomedical Engineering department of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering from incoming or new students in the departmental doctoral program. The fellowship includes a $33,000 stipend and tuition remission and is generally awarded for a period of three years.