Accelerate your career in health technology innovation and apply for the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship running from 2021 to 2022.
A 10-month full-time course, the Stanford Biodesign program trains and furnishes willing innovators with sustainable tools to identify important healthcare needs, build new health technologies to address them, and use these innovations on patients accordingly.
Apply to become a Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellow, for a chance to join the Stanford Biodesign community, where you gain access to a network of like-minded innovators passionate about raising healthcare to new levels, with health benefits and monthly allowances provided.
Application Deadline: August 14, 2020
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Fellows in the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship are provided:
- A monthly allowance of $5,355, plus a one-time $1,000 computer stipend.
- The Stanford University health insurance (inclusive of spouses, and dependents, if desired)
- Additional benefits can and will be added depending on the appointment category for fellows.
- Access to a network of like-minded innovators, potential investors, and other opportunities
The Fellowship itself would aid Stanford Biodesign graduates in the program to
- Launch their own innovative health tech enterprises
- Apply and utilize innovation in major health sectors
- Mentor, tutor and lead research programs for world-class institutions
- Head other innovation schemes within the health tech sector
- Become specialists in design, investing, or other aspects of the health technology innovation ecosystem
- Become part of an established long term network of innovators.
The fellowship is open to applicants :
- From any country
- With higher degrees and/or substantial work experience in the engineering, science, computer science, business, product design, law, medical, or nursing fields.
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To apply for the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship,
- Read the application instructions here.
- Applicants must completely fill all sections of the online application form.
- Attach and submit all requested documentation.
- Applicants should choose 3 referees of their own choosing to forward recommendations (name, title, institution, phone, email, relationship, and a personal note from you requesting a reference); including, one letter from their most recent supervisor.
- After submission of the application, applicants must pay the $95 non-refundable application fee.
- Submit the link to your video.
- Click here to register
About Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship
Founded in 2000, Stanford Biodesign is an international research initiative focused on training and supporting aspiring innovators with demonstrated talent and ambition to become health technology innovators.
Since its inception, the project has been committed to pushing research and discovery to provide the knowledge, skills, mentoring, and networking required to deliver meaningful and valuable innovations to patients everywhere.
The Stanford Biodesign has coached, trained and empowered 173 Innovation Fellows since 2001, 2,000+ Stanford Students since 2002, 140 Global Fellows & 62 Stanford Faculty since 2015
Key Dates and Order of Program
Submission of applications will close on August 14, 2020.
The fellowship will run from the beginning of August through early June
Selection will be made based on evidenced experience, passion, and drive, as well as their potential to become leading innovators in the health tech field
Applicants who are short-listed as Stanford Biodesign Fellows will be students at Stanford University campus.