Donate to the Underrepresented in Medicine Campaign
Your STFM Foundation supports programs that recruit, train, deploy, and retain faculty for tomorrow. Current Foundation-funded activities and programs include:
Medical Student Scholarships
Since 2009, 124 students have received scholarships to attend the STFM Conference on Medical Student Education.
Faculty for Tomorrow Resident Scholarships
71 family medicine residents have received scholarships from the STFM Foundation to attend Faculty for Tomorrow Workshops at the STFM Annual Spring Conference.
New Faculty Scholars
The STFM Foundation has provided funding to support leadership training and conference attendance for 181 new family medicine faculty members.
Your contributions helped fund these successful activities and programs:
- STFM National Clerkship Curriculum
- Faculty for Tomorrow Residents as Educators Curriculum
- Publication of the results of the TransforMED demonstration project
- Leading Change Course
- Bishop Fellowship Program
- International Scholarship Program
- Program Enhancement Award
Recipient of a Student Scholarship for the Conference on Medical Student Education
I am a global rugrat hailing from India, Australia, and Massachusetts. I completed my undergraduate education at Brandeis University in Health, Science, Society and Policy and Women's and Gender Studies. I am graduating from the University of Massachusetts Medical School with the hopes of entering into a combined family medicine-psychiatry residency program.
When I am not in the hospital, I am an avid fiction reader and writer. As a first generation, woman of color I realized early on my experience of medical school was quite unique from that of the majority of my peers. Although, higher education has provided me with incredible medical knowledge and resources, through my own roots, I have come to understand the value and beauty of different cultures' perspectives on health. I hope to one day use my career write from my roots, to better empower families and children navigating immigration as I once had and to facilitate the healing of trauma within these families that is often passed down from one generation to the next.Meet More Recipients