Selected as one of the "most important print resources" and listed as a "Recommended Book" in the Foundation Center's "User Aid for Medicine and Health."
The Foundation Center's Learning Lab
"Right now is the time that students are looking for money to support their studies for the next school year. There is a lot of money out there and finding it is just the beginning...I recently purchased Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences. Since I am working on my PhD, I was told this book would have information that was the most relevant to me. This resource contains a list of fellowships, grants, awards, and other funding programs set aside to support graduate study, training, research and creative activities in the health sciences. The book is about an inch thick...it is very comprehensive. In fact I have found everything in here that I already knew about and then some...It eases the pain of searching for money and is a wise investment...You can call and ask questions too. The lady that assisted me was very helpful. :)"
Melanie Nadeau, Native Student Researchers Group (Facebook)
"Reasonably priced and highly recommended."
"Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences provides descriptions for more than 900 grants, fellowships, and awards, all of which are at least $1,000 and some of which are $30,000 per year...Each entry gives the name of the award program, the sponsor (including complete contact information such as e-mail addresses and Website), a summary of the award, eligibility requirements, the amount of the award and how it can be used, the duration, additional information, the number of awards available, and the deadline for submitting an application. Due to the high costs of completing a graduate degree, financial assistance is necessary for most graduate students. Thus [Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences] should receive a high level of use and is recommended for all college and universities libraries. [It] should repay its cost many times over."
American Reference Books Annual
Selected for inclusion in the 12th edition of Guide to Reference (the landmark guide that identifies "the best available reference sources") because of the usefulness, breadth of scope, and "unique information" Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences offers.
Guide to Reference, 12th Edition
Use this directory if your are "interested in working on a master's or doctoral degree in: Dentistry, Genetics, Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, Pharmacology, or any other health field."
Michigan State University "Grants for Individuals"
Named an "Essential Publication" by Mount Holyoke College's Career Development Center.
"Essential Publications," Career Development Center, Mount Holyoke College
Described here are the "biggest and best fellowships, grants, and awards set aside just for students like you. Now, in one place, you can find the programs that are available to help you pay for a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in the health sciences."
Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
Mount Holyoke College Carer Development Center
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