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The AAMC receives grants from the federal government and other foundations for work on specific topic areas related to medical education. Learn more.
The AAMC honors individuals and organizations making significant contributions to improve the health of all, through its annual awards program.
The AAMC Award for Excellence in Medical Education annually honors an individual whose contributions had a demonstrable impact on advancing medical education.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation David E. Rogers Award is given to a faculty member whose contributions improve the health and health care of Americans.
The Herbert W. Nickens Award is given to an individual who has made contributions to promote justice in medical education and health care equity in the U.S.
The Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship recognizes junior faculty who demonstrates potential to address inequity in medical education and health care.
Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarships are given to five outstanding students entering their third year of medical school.
The AAMC collaborates with its member medical schools and teaching hospitals to shape the future of health care and improve the health of all.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) developed a bold new plan to create a healthier future for all.
The GSA Performance Framework sets the benchmark of performance excellence and distinguishes the importance of student affairs in medical education.