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Grants, Scholarships and Fellowships
MLA offers a variety of funding opportunities to assist qualified students in graduate library science programs and to enable practicing health sciences librarians to pursue professional development.
Make a tax deductible gift to the MLA Scholarship Fund through the MLA store.
MLA will acknowledge receipt of all applications. Applicants must receive an email notification that materials were received by MLA on or before December 1, except as noted, for applications to be considered. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
Those New to the Profession
Continuing Education Award: Supports continuing education to develop applicants’ knowledge of the theoretical, administrative, or technical aspects of librarianship
EBSCO/MLA Annual Meeting Grant: Enables medical librarians with 5 years or less experience working in health sciences libraries to attend MLA’s annual meeting.
Hospital Libraries Section/MLA Professional Development Grant: Provides librarians working in hospitals or clinical settings with the support needed for educational or research activities.
Medical Informatics Section/MLA Career Development Grant: Provides support for career development activities that will contribute to the advancement of the field of medical informatics.
MLA/NLM Spectrum Scholarship: See the ALA Spectrum Program for application process.
MLA Research, Development, and Demonstration Project Grant: Provides support for projects that will promote excellence in the field of health sciences librarianship and information sciences.
MLA Scholarship: Grants a scholarship to a student who is enrolled in or entering an American Library Association–accredited library school.
MLA Scholarship for Minority Students: Grants a scholarship to a minority student who is enrolled in or entering an American Library Association–accredited library school.
Ysabel Bertolucci MLA Annual Meeting Grant: Enables a librarian involved in nursing, allied health, consumer health, or international librarianship to attend MLA’s annual meeting.
Naomi C. Broering Hispanic Heritage Grant: Awarded to a person of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity who wants to pursue a professional development/research activity in the areas of medical informatics and/or data management.
Eugene Garfield Research Fellowship: Stimulates research into the history of information sciences to increase the underlying knowledgebase online casino slots real money and enhance the current and future practice of the information professions, particularly health sciences librarianship and health informatics.
David A. Kronick Traveling Fellowship: Covers the expenses involved in traveling for the purpose of studying a specific aspect of health information management.
Donald A. B. Lindberg Research Fellowship (deadline is November 15): Funds research linking the information services provided by librarians to improved health care and awarded to a qualified health professional, researcher, educator, administrator, or librarian.
Thomson Reuters/ MLA Doctoral Fellowship: Fosters and encourages superior students who have been admitted to candidacy in a doctoral program in medical librarianship or information science.
Librarians without Borders® Ursula Poland International Scholarship: Assists in educating and training a US or Canadian health sciences librarian for an international health sciences library project.
Cunningham Memorial International Fellowship: Available to health sciences librarians from countries outside the United States and Canada, provides for observation and supervised work in 1 or more medical libraries in the United States or Canada.
For information on National Library of Medicine grants, visit the NLM Extramural Programs Website.
For a brief description of MLA grants, scholarships, fellowships, awards and honors see the MLA Grants Brochure.
Have a question? Contact MLA's Grants Coordinator