Recognizing the pressing need for financial assistance to students in the School of Medicine, many individuals and organizations have established funds for this purpose. Over the years many students now prominent in the field of medicine have been aided by one or another of these scholarships funds. In each instance the student is informed of the source of this scholarship aid.

Martin D. Abeloff, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established in 2018 by Mrs. Diane Abeloff in honor of her late husband Martin D. Abeloff, M.D., Med 66'. Mrs. Abeloff earned a Master of Arts in 1967 in the Johns Hopkins Art as Applied to Medicine program and served as a member of the Department of Medicine faculty in 1969. She is devoted to Hopkins and to the Baltimore community.

Vivian B. Allen Scholarship Fund Mrs. Vivian B. Allen (Mrs. Beaumont Allen) established an endowment fund in 1955 to provide tuition aid to medical students with financial need.

Warde B. Allan Fund Established in 1968 by an anonymous gift to honor Warde B. Allan, M.D. for his eminent record at the School of Medicine and among his private patients. The fund is perpetuated by gifts from his widow, Mrs. Warde B. Allan.

Blanche P. Alter, M.D., M.P.H., Endowed Scholarship Fund  Created in 2017 by Dr. Alter, Med ’67 . Dr. Alter completed her residency in Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins. She created this scholarship in honor of her 50th Reunion, to support merit-based financial aid of non-USA resident medical students.

Alumni Class Scholarships Through the auspices of the Medical Annual Fund (Roll Call), alumni support medical students through class scholarship funds.

Hodge Amemiya Scholarship The Hodge Amemiya Scholarship was set up with a  gift from Mr. Hodge Amemiya as a permanent endowment to provide financial assistance to a medical student with preference given, if possible, to those who pursue a career in otolaryngology.

American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation (A.M.A.-E.R.F.) Scholarships The A.M.A.-E.R.F. annually makes grants to medical schools, which at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have been used to support student low interest loans.

Marcia Anderson Memorial Fund An endowed fund established in 1989 by the husband, R. David Anderson, M.D., Class of 1990 and her family in memory of Marcia Anderson. The income is to provide scholarships to students with special needs.

E. Cowles Andrus Fund This endowed fund was established by Mrs. E. Cowles Andrus in memory of her husband, Dr. E. Cowles Andrus, a distinguished Johns Hopkins physician, teacher, and pioneer in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. In recognition of his devotion to Johns Hopkins, this fund provides financial assistance to needy medical students, with preference given to those who are planning a career in cardiovascular medicine.

Ralph and Ellen Anthony Medical Scholarship Fund Ralph and Ellen Anthony, good friends of the School of Medicine, established the Anthony Medical Scholarship Fund in January of 1984 for the purpose of providing scholarship aid to financially needy students in the School of Medicine.

Antoniades Family Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created by Spiro Antoniades, M.D., Med '92 and reflects his desire to pay forward the scholarship he received at the School of Medicine. Dr. Antoniades is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in spine surgery.

Richard Westcott Appleton Scholarship Fund An endowment fund was established in 1973 in honor of Dr. Richard Westcott Appleton, the income of which is to be awarded to “a medical student of moral worth and intellectual promise.’’

Samuel Phillips Asper, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established to honor Dr. Asper, who was a graduate of the School of Medicine (M40) and a renowned Hopkins educator and physician. Preference given to students who intend to pursue a clinical or teaching career in an overseas country.

Dr. and Mrs. Fred B. Aurin Scholarship Fund Established in 1998 by Fred B. Aurin, M.D. and his wife, this fund will provide scholarship support for medical students, with preference to those from the University of Oklahoma or Texas.

Charles R. Austrian Fund for Medical Education An endowment fund was established in 1956 by friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Austrian, with income allocated to medical education and training of young physicians.

Robert L. Avery, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was established in 2003 to provide financial assistance to medical students.

Stewart W. Bainum, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund This scholarship was established in 2014 by the Bainum family in memory of Stewart Bainum Sr., creator of Manor Care, Inc, and Choice Hotels.  This fund will be used to support medical students from diverse backgrounds.

David Graham Baird and Mildred Batchelder Baird Memorial Scholarship Fund The endowed fund was established by the Winfield Baird Foundation to perpetuate the memories of David and Mildred Baird. The income from this fund is to be used to support the needs of students in the School of Medicine.

Frances Ward Banks Memorial Scholarship Fund The Frances Ward Banks Memorial Fund was established by Elizabeth B. Banks in memory of her mother. The income from this fund is to be used to support meritorious students in the School of Medicine.

Dr. John W. Barnaby Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1997 through the estate of Dr. John Barnaby to provide scholarships to deserving medical students.

Jeremiah A. Barondess Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1999 by Jeremiah A. Barondess, M.D., in honor of his 50th graduation anniversary from the School of Medicine. Recipients should be M.D. candidates who also pursue a degree in the history of medicine.

Jennie Lee Batson, M.D., Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1999 by members of the class of 1984 upon their 15th Reunion. Dr. Batson was a member of the class of 1984 who died of cancer. The fund provides assistance to needy students.

Dudley Beaumont Memorial Scholarship In 1945, the Trustees of The Louis D. Beaumont Trust contributed to the Johns Hopkins Hospital a fund in memory of a son, Dudley. The Hospital makes an annual contribution from this fund to the School of Medicine for scholarship support.

Thomas Allen Beetham and Ida Covert Beetham Memorial Scholarship Fund The Thomas Allen Beetham and Ida Covert Beetham Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Miss Martha E. Beetham to perpetuate the memories of Thomas and Ida Beetham. Miss Beetham specifically requested that the monies in this endowment fund be used for supporting the scholarship needs of students in the School of Medicine.

Elston L. Belknap Family Scholarship Fund The Elston L. Belknap Family Scholarship was established in July of 1981 by a bequest from Dr. Elston L. Belknap, a graduate of the School of Medicine in the Class of 1923. Its purpose is to provide assistance to deserving students in the School of Medicine, either in the form of loans or as scholarship aid.

Fredericka Benton, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1995 by John J. Benton, M.D., this fund is to be used to provide scholarship aid to medical students with demonstrated financial need.

Barnett Berman, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established in 1999 anonymously by a former student, in recognition of Dr. Berman’s long-time service and commitment to Johns Hopkins. Dr. Berman was an associate professor of medicine at Hopkins.

Laurence H. and Ida Lea Blackburn Endowed Scholarship for Medical Education Established in 2000 by Laurence H. Blackburn, Jr., M.D., and his wife, Rose, in honor of his parents. Dr. Blackburn, Jr. is a 1955 School of Medicine graduate.

Dr. Alfred Blalock Scholarship Fund This scholarship, established by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Harrold, commemorates the great service to human kind and the many contributions of one of Johns Hopkins’ most distinguished surgeons, Alfred Blalock, who developed the blue baby operation designed to correct congenital abnormalities of the heart.

Joseph N. and Elisa Bongiovanni Medical Student Aid Fund This endowed fund was established in 1987 by the estate of Dr. Alfred M. Bongiovanni in honor of his parents. Dr. Bongiovanni was a member of the faculty in the Department of Pediatrics from 1952 to 1955. The income from the fund is to provide financial aid to needy students in the School of Medicine.

Bradshaw & Taylor Scholarship Fund  Established in 1997 by the Luna Taylor Bradshaw Trust through the estate of Miss Taylors brother, James S. Taylor, Med 28, in recognition of the tuition assistance Dr. Taylor received in medical school.

Samuel H. Brethwaite, M.D. Scholarship Fund Dr. Brethwaite was a member of the Class of 1935. The fund was established by his estate in 1998.

Bromberg Scholarship  Established in 2012, the Drs. Beth and Warren Bromberg Scholarship Fund will provide financial aid to medical students. Both Drs. Bromberg are members of the Class of 1985.  This scholarship was created in memory of Dr. Henry Seidel.

William and Wendyce Brody Fund This fund was established in 1992 to fund medical students pursuing a degree in one of the engineering disciplines.

Dr. Patrick and Mrs. Judith Brookhouser Scholarship Fund Established in 1999 by Dr. & Mrs. Brookhouser to provide scholarships to needy medical students.

Brunt Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was established in 2013 by L. Michael Brunt, M.D. and Elizabeth M. Brunt, M.D.  Dr. Michael Brunt is an alumni of the SOM, Class of 1980. Preference to students from the states of Mississippi or Southeastern Missouri.

Grafton Rayner Browne and Edna Spriggs Browne Scholarship Fund Dr. Grafton Brown died in 1973, leaving a Trust to provide scholarships for Hopkins medical students.

Art Buchwald Scholarship Fund Established by Mr. Art Buchwald in 1989 in honor of the Centennial of Johns Hopkins Medicine. The income from this fund will provide scholarships for students in the School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need.

Alden H. and Mary K. Burkholder Scholarship in Medical Education This fund was established in 1996 by Dr. and Mrs. John A. Burkholder to provide scholarships for qualified medical students.

The Gail and Peter D. Byeff, M.D. Scholarship Established in 2006 by Dr. and Mrs. Peter Byeff in honor of their familys commitment to academic excellence.  Dr. Byeff is an active leader and serves on the Hopkins Alumni Council.  He is a private practice oncologist in Connecticut.

The David P. Byeff and Stephen A. Byeff Scholarship This scholarship was endowed in 2018 by Dr. and Mrs. Peter D. Byeff (Med ’74) in honor of their sons, David P. Byeff, J.D. and Stephen A. Byeff, M.A. Dr. Byeff is a private practice oncologist in Connecticut.

Laura L. and Kenneth I. Berns, M.D., Ph.D Scholarship Established in 1999 to commemorate Dr. Berns’ 35th reunion and his lifelong devotion to medicine.

Douglas G. Carroll, Jr. Student Aid Fund Established in 1976 by Dr. Douglas G. Carroll, Jr. to provide financial aid to deserving students in the School of Medicine.

David J. Carver Scholarship Fund An endowed scholarship was established in 1957 by Dr. David J. Carver for students in the School of Medicine. Chinese students are to have preference insofar as there may be qualified applicants; second preference is for students of other Asian nationalities; third preference is for American students.

JH Medical and Surgical Association Centennial Scholarship and Loan Fund Established in 1989 by the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association to commemorate the Johns Hopkins Medical Centennial. The fund is to be used to aid deserving students in the School of Medicine.

Centennial Scholarship Jeff Altman, a stand-up comic who resides in California, provided the seed money for this scholarship when he donated the proceeds of a performance at Johns Hopkins back to the institution.

Dean Alan M. Chesney and Dean Thomas B. Turner Scholarship Fund Established by friends and admirers of Dr. Alan M. Chesney and Dr. Thomas B. Turner to be used for scholarships for deserving medical students.

Chew Family Endowed Scholarship Fund  Dr. Paul Chew (Med'77, KSAS '73) and his wife, Linda, were the first to take advantage of the new scholarship initiative to mark the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s 125th anniversary.Dr. Chew held various roles at Johns Hopkins until 1992.

Clark Foundation Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was established in 1983 by the Clark Foundation of New York City.

Class of 1915 Memorial Fund A fund established through gifts and bequests from and as a tribute to the Class of 1915 for the purpose of awarding scholarship aid to a deserving student or students at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Class of 1926 and Charles O’Donovan Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1950 by members of the School of Medicine Class of 1926 to provide income for a scholarship.

Class of 1936 Fund Established in 1987 by the Class of 1936, this endowed fund is to provide scholarships for students in the School of Medicine.

Class of 1937 Philip Bard Scholarship Established as an endowed fund by the Class of 1937 in 1987 in honor of their 50th Reunion. The income is to provide scholarships to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

Class of 1947 Scholarship Fund  This scholarship fund was created to assist medical students in funding their education.

Class of 1954 Scholarship Fund This endowed scholarship for Johns Hopkins medical students was initiated through a gift to recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 1954.

Class of 1956 Memorial Fund Endowed in 1971 by members of the Class of 1956, the income to be used to provide scholarships to medical students with financial need.

Class of 1960 Scholarship Fund  William D. Kerr, Jr., Med ‘60, of Winnetka, Illinois, and other members of the Class of 1960, established this scholarship in 1998.  Dr. Kerr is a member of the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Council.

Class of 1962 Scholarship Fund  To provide scholarship support to help needy medical students in their pursuit of a career in medicine.

Class of 1964 Scholarship Fund  Members of the Class of 1964 established this scholarship in 1991 to provide merit scholarship support.

Class of 1965 Scholarship Fund Endowed by the members of the Class of 1965 in honor of their 25th Reunion, the income to provide scholarships to needy medical students.

Class of 1966 Scholarship Fund Endowed in 1989 by the members of the Class of 1966 in honor of their 25th Reunion, the income to provide scholarships for needy medical students.

Class of 1967 Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created by the Class of 1967 in 2007 in honor of their 40th School of Medicine reunion. Frank Scarpa, M.D. serves as the Class of 1967 representative and was instrumental in the creation of this scholarship.

Class of 1969 Scholarship Fund  The Class of 1969 Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the memories of deceased classmates.

Class of 1976 Scholarship Fund Endowed by the members of the Class of 1976 in honor of their 25th Reunion, the income to provide scholarships to medical students exhibiting financial need.

Class of 1978 Scholarship Fund Endowed by the Class of 1978 to commemorate their 25th Reunion; the income will provide scholarships to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

Class of 1980 Scholarship Fund Dr. John T. Thompson and other Class of 1980 School of Medicine alumni established the Class of 1980 Scholarship Fund in 1995 to provide scholarship aid to financially needy medical students.

Class of 1983 Scholarship Fund This fund was created by members of the Class of 1983 upon their 15th Reunion to provide assistance to needy medical students.

Class of 1986 Scholarship Fund Endowed by the members of the Class of 1986 to commemorate their 15th Reunion, the income to provide scholarship assistance to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

Class of 1987 Scholarship Fund  Family, friends, and former classmates established the Gregory L. Plock Loan Fund in 1995 in memory of Gregory L. Plock, Med ’87.

Lansdale G. and Gladys B. Clagett Scholarship  This fund was created to provide need-based financial aid to medical students.

Harry P. Clause, Jr., MD. Scholarship Dr. Clause, Med '55, created this scholarship through his estate for medical students. He was a thoracic surgeon who served as medical director for Alliant Techsystems until his retirement in 2000. Dr. Clause died in 2008.

Elaine Hefty Cleary Memorial Scholarship Fund Est. by The Class of 1985 in memory of Elaine Hefty Cleary, Med ’85.  Dr. Cleary served on the internal medicine faculty of the University of Colorado and spent her career caring for indigent patients and teaching medical students and residents.

Joanne and William Conway Medical Scholarship Created in 2018 by Mr. and Mrs. William E. Conway, Jr. to benefit students in the School of Medicine. Mr. Conway is the co-founder and co-executive chairman of The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most successful investment firms.

William A. Crawley, M.D., D.D.S, M’79 Endowed Scholarship Fund Established in 2004; the income is to be used to provide financial assistance to worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Alvin J. Cummins, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund  The Alvin J. Cummins, M.D. Endowed Memorial Scholarship was endowed in 2016 by his children. He would be proud to know that this scholarship will help others secure a medical education at the school he loved and considered the finest in the nation.

Jerry and Ruth Chang Scholarship Fund Est. in 2003 by Helena Chang Chui, Med ‘77, in honor of her parents, Jerry and Ruth Chang, Preference for this scholarship is given to students who have received, or expect to receive, a Master’s in Public Health while at Johns Hopkins University.

Richard S. D’Agostino, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund This fund was created by Dr. D’Agostino, Class of 1978, to honor his devotion to medicine and his lifetime affiliation with the School of Medicine. Income from this fund will provide financial assistance to medical students at the School of Medicine.

Alfred L. DeSanctis, MD. Scholarship Fund  Dr. Alfred DeSanctis was a School of Medicine graduate Class of 1951. He was a World War II army veteran. Dr. DeSanctis was a surgeon in Cleveland, Ohio until his retirement.

Ernest and Ruth DeSanctis Scholarship Fund  Est. by Alfred L. DeSanctis, M.D., in honor of his parents. Dr. DeSanctis worked with Dr. Blalock and Dr. Ravitch.  Preference is given to students who have either a liberal arts or humanities degree or have taken similar courses as an undergraduate.

Virginia Wells Davies Fund The Virginia Wells Davies Fund was established by Virginia Wells Davies in November of 1981. Its purpose is to provide scholarship assistance to financially needy students pursuing the degree of Doctor of Medicine.

Davis Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship  The Davis Family Scholarship was funded in 2016 to provide merit based awards for deserving medical students.

Marguerite T. Doane Scholarship Fund Mrs. Marguerite T. Doane established an endowment fund in 1952 to provide tuition aid to certain students with financial need.

The Oscar and Victoria Dorsch Scholarship for Medical Education This fund was established in June 2003. Income from the principal will be used to provide financial support for medical students in the School of Medicine.

Victoria S. Doust, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established in 1999 by Brewster C. Doust, M.D., Class of 1951. The fund is a tribute to his wife, Victoria.

Denise Dufer, M.D. Memorial Fund Established in 1990 by the family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Denise Dufer, Class of 1988. This endowed fund is to provide scholarships to needy medical students.

Durrant-Corton Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created in 2019 through a bequest from Rosina Corton. She was born in England, then lived in Canada before making the U.S. her home. She resided in Maryland with her husband Edward, and worked as a nurse in Washington, DC.

Audrey and Guy DuRivage Scholarship Fund Shall be used to provide scholarship for needy and worthy young men and women who wish to train for and pursue medical careers.

Joseph C. Eggleston Memorial Fund An endowed fund established in 1989 by family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Joseph Eggleston, Class of 1962. Dr. Eggleston served on the medical staff in pathology from 1962 to 1989. The income is to provide scholarship assistance to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

Robert Biggs Ehrman Scholarship Fund Established in 1970 at the death of Mr. Ehrman to provide scholarships for medical students.

Epps Family Fund Established in 1999 by Charles H. Epps, Jr., M.D., and Roselyn Payne Epps, M.D., M.P.H., M.A. The Epps family has extensive connections to Johns Hopkins and wishes to acknowledge the importance of the University in their lives. The fund was established in honor and memory of various family members.

Jean Epstein Memorial Fund This endowment fund was established in 1985 by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Epstein and the Alvin and Louella Epstein Foundation. The income from this fund provides a scholarship to deserving women who have an interest in neurology.

Eugenio Fernandez-Cerra, M.D. Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1999 by Dr. Eugenio Fernandez-Cerra, a 1943 alumnus of the School of Medicine. Preference is given to students from Puerto Rico.

Dr. Edward M. Finesilver Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1999 by Mrs. Frances Blumenthal in memory of her father, an alumnus of the Class of 1924.

Warfield M. Firor Fund An endowed scholarship established in 1989 by the estate of Mrs. Thomasena Allen. The income is to provide financial aid to needy medical students.

Fischer Family Scholarship for Medical Education This scholarship fund recognizes the Hopkins family legacy of Janet Fischer, M.D., Class of 1948; Newton Fischer, M.D., former faculty in Otolaryngology; and Anne Crowe Fischer, M.D., Ph.D., Class of 1991. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide financial assistance to medical students.

Arthur Lawrence Fisher, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established by Ken and Sherri Fisher, in memory of Arthur Lawrence Fisher, School of Medicine alumnus from the class of 1900. The scholarship shall support five Fisher Scholars each year. The scholarship is named for Ken’s grandfather.

Theresa and Harold Flowers Scholarship Fund The Theresa and Harold Flowers Scholarship Fund was established in honor of Dr. Brian Flowers’ parents, Theresa and Harold, on the occasion of his 15th School of Medicine Reunion.

Waldo Emerson Floyd III Scholarship Fund The income from this endowment account is to be used for scholarship support for needy students. Students from the state of Georgia are to have preference insofar as there may be qualified applicants; second preference will be given to students from the southeastern part of the United States.

Eric W. Fonkalsrud, M.D. and Margaret Z. Fonkalsrud Endowed Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 2002 by Eric W. Fonkalsrud, Class of 1957, and his wife, Margaret Fonkalsrud. The couple has a life-long affiliation with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Fonkalsrud served on the faculty in the School of Medicine’s Department of Surgery and as a surgeon at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The income from this fund will provide financial support to medical students who have demonstrated financial need.

Lay M. Fox Scholarship Scholarship created by estate of Dr. Fox to be used for financial aid for medical school students.

Sharon Fox Scholarship Fund in Memory of Henrietta B. Fox An endowment fund established in 1967 under the will of Mr. Sharon Fox in memory of Henrietta B. Fox, the income from which is to be used for student aid in the School of Medicine.

Bernard S. French Scholarship Fund Established as a bequest from the estate of Sallye Lipscomb French as a memorial to her husband, Bernard S. French, to provide scholarship support at the School of Medicine.

I. Phillips Frohman, M.D. Scholarship Established in 2000 by a gift from Dr. Frohman.

Bernice and Joseph Fuld Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1998 by Stuart L. Fuld, M.D., Class of 1963, and Ulrike L. Fuld. The income is to be used for financial assistance to medical students.

The Arnold D. Gale, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund  Classmates and friends created this scholarship in 2014 in memory of Arnold (Arnie) D. Gale, M.D. '76. Dr. Gale was a beacon of dedication to all, fighting a lifelong battle against progressive  muscular dystrophy.

James R. Gantt, M.D., Medical Education Fund  This fund was created in 2018 through a bequest from Mrs. Joan Gantt, widow of James R. Gantt, M.D. (Med '57, KSAS '53). Dr. Gantt was a thoracic surgeon in private practice in Dallas, TX. He died in 2006. Mrs. Gantt died in April 2018.

Dr. J. Alex and M. Arlene Gardner Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1996 by Dr. and Mrs. J. Alex Gardner to provide scholarship support to students in the School of Medicine, preferably to any acceptable candidate applying for admission to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, from southwestern Michigan.

Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Genecin Memorial Fund This fund was established in 1999 by Mrs. Rita Genecin and other donors to provide assistance to needy medical students.

Gilliam Family Scholarship Fund This endowed fund, established in 2001 by the Gilliam Foundation and Mr. James H. Gilliam, Jr., is to provide financial assistance to Morgan State University graduates enrolled at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who have demonstrated need.

The Anita Desch Gipe Memorial Scholarship Established in 1999 by the estate of R. Norman Gipe of Heathsville, Virginia, in memory of his wife.

Maurice H. Givens-David E. Rogers Scholarship Fund Established by a gift from the estate of Dr. Maurice H. Givens to provide scholarships for students in the School of Medicine.

Emil Goetsch Fund for Medical Students The income from this endowment, established in 1963, is used for scholarships for medical students.

Morton F. Goldberg, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established to honor Dr. Goldberg’s (Class of 1975) leadership at the Wilmer Eye Institute. Income from this fund will be used to provide assistance to deserving medical students.

David Goldfarb Family Endowment Established in 1995 by David Goldfarb, M.D., this fund is to used to provide scholarship assistance to medical students with financial need.

Lillian Ruth Goldman Scholarship Fund Established in 1986 as a bequest from the estate of Lillian Ruth Goldman to provide scholarship assistance to needy and deserving medical students.

Scholarship Fund in Memory of Leonard L. Greif This fund was established in 1957 as an endowment, with income to be allocated to aid deserving students in the School of Medicine.

Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 2002 by the Norman M and Eleanor H. Gross Trust. Mr. and Mrs. Gross were well known for their care and compassion for others. The Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross Scholarship Fund provides financially needy students the opportunity to pursue their education at the Johns Hopkins Medical School.

Gorham Family Scholarship for Medical Education Established in 2000 by George W. Gorham, M.D., class of 1954. It recognizes the legacy of George E. Gorham and L. W. Gorham, both medical graduates of the Class of 1910.

Helen L. and William D. Guynn Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1995 by Dr. Robert W. Guynn, the income from this fund will be used to provide scholarship assistance to needy medical students.

Richard D. Hahn Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was established in 1980 by the Myers Family of Baltimore to recognize the competence and compassion with which Dr. Hahn, a member of the Class of 1936, serves his patients. The income from this fund provides a scholarship to a third year medical student who intends to specialize in internal medicine.

Rowena Sidbury Hall, M.D., Scholarship This fund was established in 2002 by Rowena Sidbury Hall, Class of 1943 (February), of Silver Spring, Maryland. She served as a member of the faculty in the School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics and as a pediatrician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Preference in award of the scholarship is given to women interested in pediatrics.

Louis Hamman Memorial Scholarship This is an endowed scholarship in memory of the late Dr. Louis Hamman, a graduate of the School of Medicine and for many years a devoted member of the medical faculty. It was established in 1950 through gifts from many of Dr. Hamman’s friends. The income is available for a scholarship for a medical student whose financial need and developmental promise justify such an award.

Isabella Harrison, M.D. Scholarship Fund for Medical Education This fund was established in 1999 by Dr. Harrison, a 1938 graduate of the School of Medicine. It is to be awarded to female students interested in surgery.

Charles L. Hartsock Memorial Scholarship Fund This scholarship was established in 1961 in memory of Dr. Charles L. Hartsock, Class of 1920, by members of his family and friends to provide aid to needy and worthy medical students.

A. McGehee Harvey, M.D. Scholarship Fund This scholarship was established in 2012 by the estate of Barbara Ziegler in memory of A. McGehee Harvey, M.D., Professor of Medicine, for financial aid use.

Morrison Leroy Haviland Scholarship Fund Established in 1988 by Dr. James W. Haviland and his brother Morrison C. Haviland in honor of their father, Morrison Leroy Haviland, a member of the Medical School Class of 1902. This income is to be used for needy medical students.

Dr. George and Catherine Hayes Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1994 by Dr. and Mrs. George J. Hayes to provide scholarship assistance to needy medical students.

Edward C. Held, M.D., Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1996 by Mrs. Helen Duryea to provide support to students in the School of Medicine who have demonstrated financial need.

John Helfman Scholarship Fund Established as a bequest from the estate of John Helfman to be used for loans or gifts to needy students in the School of Medicine.

Frank Norman Hillis, Jr. Memorial Scholarship in Medical Education This endowment fund was established in 2002 by Panamerican Consulting International, Ltd. This gift is in memory of Frank N. Hillis, Jr. (d ‘99), who was founder of Panamerican Consulting Ltd. Preference is given to students from either Florida or Maryland who wish to specialize in the field of cardiology.

Dorothy D. Hoelzer Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 2002 by the estate of Dorothy D. Hoelzer (d ‘02) to be used for scholarships for students who would not be able to attend Johns Hopkins Medical School without financial assistance.

The Mary Margaret Hopkins and James E. T. Hopkins Scholarship Fund for Medical Students  This scholarship was created  in 2014 through a CRUT established by Dr. James E.T. Hopkins. It was funded upon his death on 6/16/2014.

Jesse W. and Emma Dieringer Hubbard Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1992 by Dr. Jesse Donald Hubbard and his brother Dr. John Stanley Hubbard in memory of their parents. This income is used for scholarship aid to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

George Skaife and Fredericka Louise Hughes Family Scholarship This scholarship was established in 1998 by Mr. William Hughes and Ms. Gail Hughes Deets. It provides scholarship suport for students with an interest in geriatrics.

Evelyn H. Hurlburt and Irene H. Sluckis Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1997 by Mr. Charles O. Banks and Ms. Irene Sluckis to provide scholarship assistance in the School of Medicine.

Waddie Pennington Jackson Scholarship Fund This scholarship fund was established in 1963 by Dr. W. P. Jackson, Class of 1917, in memory of his wife, Bessie Gills Jackson, income from which is to provide scholarship support for needy students in the School of Medicine.

Stuart and Lynn Janney Fund for Medical Education  The Stuart and Lynn Janney Fund for Medical  was created in 2017 by Stuart and Lynn Janney. Mr. Janney serves as Trustee for both The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine. The fund is to be used to support outstanding medical students.

Edwin Bosley and Dorothy Duncan Jarrett Memorial Fund for Medical Scholarships Established in 1977 by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foss Wilson in honor of Dr. Edwin B. Jarrett, a distinguished graduate, to provide endowed scholarships to worthy students in the School of Medicine.

William H. Jarrett II Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1993 by Dr. William H. Jarrett II, a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1958, in honor of his 35th anniversary class. The scholarship monies will be made available to financially needy medical students to help defray their costs of medical education.

Dr. Nancy Jenison Scholarship Fund Through a generous bequest from Dr. Nancy Blanche Jenison, a member of the Class of 1911, a scholarship fund was established in 1963 to provide financial assistance for deserving women medical students.

Claire S. Jensen and Allan D. Jensen, M.D., Endowed Scholarship Fund  Established in 2004, this scholarship honors the deep devotion Dr. and Mrs. Jensen have to medicine, and their lifetime affiliation with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Jensen is a graduate of Krieger (1965)  and SOM (1968).

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Women’s Board Scholarship Fund The Women’s Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital makes an annual contribution to the School of Medicine to provide financial assistance to deserving students.

The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association Scholarships These scholarships are provided annually by The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association. Each year, the Association designates for honor distinguished former members of the Johns Hopkins medical community.

Morris Joseph Medical Residence Fund Dr. Morris Joseph has created a scholarship fund to defray the cost of a room in Reed Hall for a deserving medical student.

Murray A. Katz, M.D. and Michael S. Katz, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund This scholarship was created in 2016 to honor two brothers, Murray A. Katz, M.D., Med '66, and Michael S. Katz, M.D., Med '72.  Mrs. Sali Katz, Murray's widow, equally contributed to this fund.

Allen and Florence Kayne Endowed Scholarship Fund  Named in honor of Florence Kayne and in memory of her late husband, Allen. Created by Florence Kayne, parent of Richard D. Kayne, M.D., Med '80, in gratitude for his education at the SOM.

Dr. Thomas J. Kennedy, Jr. Scholarship Fund In honor of Dr. Kennedy’s 50th Class Reunion, this fund was established in 1993 to provide scholarship assistance to financially needy students in the School of Medicine.

Dr. John T. King, Jr. Scholarship Fund Established in 1978 by a gift from Dr. John T. King, Jr., one of Johns Hopkins’ most distinguished physicians for more than six decades, to provide endowed scholarships for medical students.

Herbert Koteen, M.D. Scholarship Fund This fund was established in honor of Dr. Koteen upon his eightieth birthday by his family. The income is to be used for scholarship aid to financially needy students in the School of Medicine.

Milton B. Kress Scholarship Fund Established in 1987 by a bequest from the estate of Milton Kress. The income from this endowed gift is to be used as scholarships for needy students in the School of Medicine. The students and amounts of each scholarship is to be selected by the Dean of the School of Medicine.

Louis F. Krumrein, M.D. Scholarship Fund Established as a bequest from Dr. Louis F. Krumrein, Class of 1918, for the benefit of deserving students who could not otherwise afford a medical education.

Oliver and Elizabeth Laster Scholarship for Medical Education This fund was established in 2001 by Oliver and Elizabeth Laster of Hewlett, New York. This fund honors their children, Andrew J. Laster, A&S 1975, Med. 1979; Steven Laster, Med. 1986; and Geraldine Laster Macomber; and memorializes their parents, Alan and Caroline Laster and Dr. Bernard and Hannah Aschner. Drs. Andrew and Steven Laster served as members of the Johns Hopkins Hospital staff in the Department of Medicine. The income is to be used to help medical students finance their education.

Dr. Maurice Lenarsky Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1991 by Jane Lenarsky in honor of her father Dr. Maurice Lenarsky upon his eightieth birthday. The income is to be used for scholarship aid to financially needy medical students with preference given to fourth year students with an interest in pediatrics.

Loren G. Lipson, M.D., Endowed Scholarship Fund  J. Mario Molina, M.D. created this scholarship in 2018 in memory of his mentor, Loren G. Lipson, M.D., Med’69 (d. 9/27/2017), and in honor of Dr. Lipson’s 50th reunion. Dr. Lipson performed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Frank H. Logan Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created through bequest from Bettye K. Logan, in memory of her husband Frank H. Logan, M.D., Johns Hopkins SOM Class of 1946. Dr. Logan was a Family Medicine practitioner.

John I. Mandler, M.D. and Marilyn S. Mandler, R.N. Scholarship for Medical Education This scholarship fund will be used to support a medical student with financial need.

Rex R. Martin, M.D. and Ann Y. Martin Scholarship Fund Established in 2000. Dr. Martin is a 1950 graduate of the School of Medicine. This fund is in honor of his 50th graduation anniversary.

Mason Family Endowed Scholarship Fund  Raymond A. "Chip" Mason is the founder, and was the Chairman and CEO of Baltimore-based investment firm Legg Mason until his retirement in 2008. He has been a veritable pillar of the community, serving as chair of the Johns Hopkins University, where he remains a trustee emeritus of the university and medical school.

Bessie Darling Massey Scholarship Fund for Medical Students Established in 1967 at the death of Mrs. Bessie Darling Black Massey; the income is to be used for scholarships in the School of Medicine.

Keith D. Maxwell, M.D., Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1999 by members of the Maxwell family and other members of the Class of 1973 in honor of their 25th Reunion. Funds provide scholarship support to needy medical students.

Manfred Mayer Scholarship Fund Established in 1985 by the colleagues and friends of Dr. Manfred Mayer to provide scholarships to support needy medical students with special consideration given to displaced persons or refugees.

Robert E. McCue, M.D., Scholarship Fund  Mr. Daniel Nickolich created this scholarship in memory of his partner, Dr. Robert E. McCue. Dr. McCue Med '78 was a researcher and master clinician in neuropsychiatry. He was passionate about medical research, patient care and teaching.

James P. McDonagh Memorial  Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created in 2018 by Melissa McDonagh in memory of her father, James, which will support the full cost of attendance for four years of medical school for one medical student. This is the only scholarship at the SOM of its kind.

John Scott McFarland Scholarship Fund An endowment fund established in 1965 under the will of Dr. John S. McFarland, a member of the Class of 1902. The income from the fund is to be used to assist worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Robert S. McGraw Scholarship Fund This scholarship was established by The McGraw Foundation in April 1983 with the purpose of providing assistance to financially needy students in the School of Medicine. It honors Dr. Robert S. McGraw, who was a member of the Class of 1954.

Dr. Edwin Leonard McQuade Scholarship Fund The income from this endowment, established in 1954, is used for scholarships for medical students.

Dorothy Reed Mendenhall Scholarship Fund An endowment fund, to provide an annual scholarship to a deserving woman medical student, was established in 1957 by members of the family of Dr. Dorothy Reed Mendenhall.

Rose Meinhardt Fund An endowed scholarship established by the estate of Rose Meinhardt to provide assistance to needy, deserving, and outstanding students who wish to pursue a career in medical research.

H. Houston Merritt Scholarship Fund Established in 1990 with a gift from the estate of H. Houston Merritt, this fund provides scholarship aid to students in the School of Medicine. Preference is given, whenever possible, to students from the state of North Carolina.

Adolf Meyer Scholarship Established by a former student of Dr. Adolf Meyer, to be used for scholarship aid for students of the School of Medicine.

Mildvan Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 2003 by the Mildvan family to honor their devotion to medicine and help needy M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. students in good standing at the School of Medicine.

Orville and Kathryn Miller Scholarship Fund An endowment fund established in 1965 by Mrs. Orville R. Miller and her son, Mr. Orville Miller, of Portland, Oregon. The income from this fund is to be used to assist students in the Five Year Program with preference to be given to students from the state of Oregon.

Daniel L. Moore, M.D. Scholarship Fund The scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Moore’s 35th School of Medicine Reunion, with income to be used to provide scholarship assistance to financially needy medical students.

Dr. L. F. Morawetz Scholarship Endowed Scholarships In memory of the late Dr. L. F. Morawetz are available to students in the School of Medicine who are in need of financial support.

William W. More Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1995 by Dr. Thomas H. Powell to provide scholarship support to needy students in the School of Medicine.

M. Sandra Morse Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1993 by M. Sandra Morse to show gratitude for the joy the medical school students had given her during her 29-year tenure as Director of Financial Aid. The endowment income is to be used to provide assistance to financially needy students in the School of Medicine.

Morris J. Moskowitz, M.D. Scholarship Established in 2000 by the estate of Morris J. Moskowitz, M.D., who was a member of the School of Medicine Class of 1922.

Dr. Donald G. and Barbara Mulder Scholarship Fund In 1995, Dr. and Mrs. Donald Mulder established this endowment fund to provide scholarships for needy medical students.

Leslie E. Myatt, M.D. and Marion D. Myatt Memorial Scholarship Established by the estate of Mrs. Myatt, in memory of her and her spouse, Leslie, School of Medicine Class of 1921.

Jesse Myers Scholarship Fund Established in 1971 in memory of Jesse Myers, who was killed in an automobile accident while he was a First Year student in the School of Medicine. The fund is to be used to assist minority students at the School of Medicine.

James F. Nabwangu, M.D., Scholarship Fund Established in 1996 by James F. Nabwangu, M.D., to fund a scholarship for students at the School of Medicine.

Russell A. Nelson Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 2002 by Russell A. Nelson, Med. 1937, of Naples, Florida and his wife, Ruth J. Nelson, Nurs. 1937, through the Russell A. and Ruth J. Nelson Trust and the Ruth J. Nelson Trust. Dr. Nelson served as a hospital trustee, a faculty member in the Department of Medicine at the School of Medicine, and as president of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. And Mrs. Nelson both died in 2001. This fund provides scholarship assistance to deserving medical students in the School of Medicine.

Nu Sigma Nu Medical Student Scholarship Fund Established in 1985 at the direction of Dr. William Hillis, an alumnus of the School of Medicine and a former member of our faculty. The income is to be used for scholarships to students in the School of Medicine, and it gives recognition to the past contributions of the Nu Sigma Fraternity to the community of the School of Medicine.

Peter D. Olch, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1995 by Oliver N. Massengale, M.D., this fund is to be used to provide scholarship assistance to medical students with demonstrated financial need.

Dr. E. Paul O’Sullivan Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1993 by Dr. E. Paul O’Sullivan, a graduate of the School of Medicine in 1943, to provide scholarships to financially needy medical students.

Parents Fund for Medical Students Endowed in 1990 by parents of medical students with financial need.

Sheila S. and Dr. Lawrence C. Pakula Scholarship for Medical Education This scholarship was established in 1999 through a gift from Dr. Lawrence C. Pakula and Mrs. Sheila S. Pakula.

The Emanuel and Patricia M. Papper Scholarship This fund was established to provide tuition scholarships to medical students.

Gertrude Wills Parker and Edward Milton Parker Endowed Scholarship Fund Established in 1996 by Ronald E. Parker, M.D., to provide scholarship support to students in the School of Medicine.

Edwards A. Park Scholarship Fund An endowment fund, established by friends, former students, and professional colleagues of Dr. Park at the time of his eightieth birthday, December 30, 1957, with income allocated to student scholarships in the School of Medicine.

Dr. John W. and Isabella Hunner Parsons Scholarship Fund An endowment fund was established in 1969 to provide financial assistance to needy and worthy students in the School of Medicine. The fund was established by Mrs. Roger G. Walker in memory of her late parents, Dr. John W. and Isabella Hunner Parsons, and their devotion to and lifelong involvement in the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Parsons, the recipient of B.A. and M.D. degrees from the John Hopkins University, was an internist, allergist, and member of the School of Medicine faculty. Mrs. Parsons was a Baltimore portrait painter whose paintings hang in the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.

Samuel H. Payne Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was established by Mr. Mosby H. Payne to honor the memory of Samuel Payne and to provide scholarships for deserving students from the state of Virginia.

Willis C. Penney Memorial Scholarship Fund An endowment fund was established in 1986 by Della N. Penney and Susan E. Penney to provide financial assistance to needy and worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Virginia Romberger Reber Pettijohn Scholarship Fund Established in 1995 by the Estate of Virginia R. R. Pettijohn, this fund is to be used to provide scholarship assistance to medical students with financial need.

Stephen B. Pitcairn Memorial Scholarship Fund The Stephen B. Pitcairn Memorial Scholarship honors the life of Stephen Pitcairn, a medical research technologist at Johns Hopkins who was tragically killed in 2010.

Giacomo and Jan Pirzio-Biroli Scholarship Fund This fund was endowed in 2001 by the estate of Giacomo Pirzio-Biroli, Class of 1951, and his wife, Jan M. Pirzio-Biroli of Mercer Island, Washington. Prior to his death in 1998, Dr. Pirzio-Biroli often expressed his gratitude for the medical education he received after World War II from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The establishment of this fund, in his memory, will assist future generations of medical students to experience similarly enlightened medical education in the tradition of Johns Hopkins.

Gregory L. Plock Memorial Scholarship Fund Family, friends, and former classmates established this endowed fund in 2002 in memory of Gregory L. Plock, Med. 1987, to create a lasting legacy of their friend and classmate. The fund provides financial assistance to deserving students in the School of Medicine.

Warner M. and Lora Kays Pomerene Fund Established in 1980 with a gift from the estate of Warner M. Pomerene, this fund provides scholarship aid to students in the School of Medicine. Preference is given to the extent possible, to students who plan to become general practitioners in the field of family medicine.

Jeanette B. and Loring W. Pratt Scholarship Fund The income from this endowment, established in 1993, is used to provide scholarships for students in the School of Medicine.

Radiology Fund for Medical Students Scholarship The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science has established a scholarship fund for medical students which is enhanced from time to time by donations deriving from the earnings of the department.

Harry A. Raider Scholarship Fund Established by Mr. Raider to pay the tuition and/or other expenses of worthy students enrolled in the School of Medicine.

Rita Meena Raju Memorial Scholarship for Medical Education Established in 1999. Rita Meena Raju entered Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1993, and died suddenly after a brief illness in 1995. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to students who exemplify the highest ideals in the medical profession. Donors to the fund include her family and friends.

Randall Scholarships The scholarship fund was endowed in 1961 by an alumnus of the School of Medicine who wished to remain anonymous. The purpose of the Randall Scholarships is to assist able and deserving medical students in a low income bracket. To qualify for renewal of these scholarships, students must maintain academic standing in the highest third of the class.

Rosemarie Hope Reid, M.D. Memorial Fund This fund was established in 1994 in memory of the School of Medicine 1992 graduate Rosemarie Hope Reid by her family, friends, and former classmates. The income is to be used to help medical students finance their educations.

Ferdinand O. Reinhard Medical Scholarship These are endowed scholarships made possible in 1951 by a bequest from the late Dr. Ferdinand O. Reinhard, a graduate of the School of Medicine.

Herbert Remmer Memorial Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was established by Hilda Remmer in 1986. The income from this fund provides scholarships for medical students with preference given to Jewish students.

Dr. Maurice L. Richardson Fund Established as a bequest from the estate of Dr. Maurice L. Richardson. The income from this fund is to be used for scholarships for worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Timothy Leigh Rodgers, M.D., and Pamela Scribner Rodgers Endowed Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created by Timothy Leigh Rodgers, M.D., Med '71 and his wife, Pamela Scribner Rodgers, SON '69. Dr. Rodgers is a specialist in Internal Medicine in Santa Barbara, CA.

Louis M. Rosenfeld Scholarship Fund Established in 1990 by the Estate of Madalyn Schwentker Rosenfeld, this fund in memory of Louis M. Rosenfeld’s father, Jesse Rosenfeld, his mother, Rose R. Rosenfeld, and his sister, Carolyn Rosenfeld, is to be used to provide students residing in the state of Maryland with scholarship support.

Adam T. Ross, M.D., Memorial Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was established by the Class of 1997 in honor of their 15th School of Medicine Reunion and in memory of their classmate, Adam T. Ross, M.D.

Florence Rena Sabin Scholarship Fund The Johns Hopkins Women’s Medical Alumnae Association, Incorporated established this fund in 1959 in memory of an eminent graduate of the School of Medicine, Class of 1900. The income is available for scholarships for deserving women medical students of academic distinction and promise, preferably a student entering the first year.

Arun B. Sapre, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund An endowed fund established in 1996 by Mrs. Arun B. Sapre, family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Arun B. Sapre. The income is to provide scholarship assistance to needy medical students in the School of Medicine.

Morris Schapiro Scholarship Fund An endowment was established by the Morris Schapiro and Family Foundation in February, 1954, to aid needy, promising students. This gift was in commemoration of Mr. Morris Schapiro’s seventieth birthday.

Oscar B. Schier Fund for Medical Student Aid This endowment was established with a gift from the estate of Ida F. Schier in memory of her brother, a Baltimore dairyman and national authority on the handling of milk. The income from this fund provides scholarship aid for financially needy medical students.

Ottilie Schillig Scholarship Fund The monies for the Schillig Scholarship Fund were dedicated during her lifetime by Ottilie Schillig. She asked that this fund be used to provide scholarships for deserving young students and to assist them in obtaining an education as doctors of medicine.

School of Medicine Alumni Scholarship Fund Income from an endowment provided by graduates of the School.

School of Medicine Scholarship Fund By action of the Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University, a capital sum of $400,000 has been set aside, the income from which is to provide financial assistance to needy and deserving students.

Henry M. Seidel, M.D., Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1984 and endowed by gifts from the Classes of 1978-1990 to honor Dr. Henry M. Seidel, Associate Dean for Student Affairs. An alumnus of the Class of 1946, Dr. Seidel is recognized for his outstanding service to the students in their career development. The fund will provide scholarships to needy students in the School of Medicine.

Ezra S. Shaya Fund An endowed fund established by Dr. Ezra S. Shaya, Class of 1954. The income is to provide scholarships to needy medical students.

Dr. Barnard E. Simon and Bitten H. Simon, R.N. Scholarship Fund Established in 2000 through the estate of Dr. Bernard E. Simon to provide scholarships for medical students. Dr. Simon, Class of 1937, was a plastic surgeon whose work with the Hiroshima Maidens, after World War II, won him international acclaim.

J. Morris Slemons Scholarship Fund Established by a bequest from Anne G. Slemons to be used for scholarships for medical students.

Elizabeth A. Small Endowment Fund The fund was established by Elizabeth Anne Small, M.D., to provide scholarship support for women who are interested in dermatology.

Herbert Sloan, M.D. and Doris Edwards Sloan Scholarship for Medical Education This scholarship fund was established in 2003. Income from this fund will provide financial support for deserving medical students.

Wladimir Solowiej, M.D. Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was established with a gift from the estate of Dr. Wladimir Solowiej, a Baltimore physician who emigrated from Poland. Although he was never on the staff, Dr. Solowiej nevertheless had high regard for Johns Hopkins. The income from this fund provides two scholarships, one in his name and one in the name of his sister, Augenia Zebrowska.

Alberta Speaks Scholarship Fund Established in 1986 as a bequest from the estate of Alberta Speaks to provide scholarship assistance for needy black students.

Rowena Spencer, M.D. Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created through the estate of Rowena Spencer, M.D. SOM Class of 1947, to provide a scholarship for a medical student to attend Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as was afforded to her.

Lisa Marie Sprague Memorial Scholarship Established in 1998 by Arthur Sprague, Class of 1960, and Mrs. Sprague in memory of their daughter.

Paul Luther Stine Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1996 from the Estate of Mildred C. Stine, to provide scholarship support to students in the School of Medicine, preference to be given to otherwise eligible applicants who are graduates of Brunswick High School, Frederick County, Maryland, residents of Frederick County, Maryland, or residents of the State of Maryland.

Barry and Evelyn Strauch Scholarship Fund Barry S. Strauch, A&S 1962, Med. 1965, and his wife Evelyn M Strauch established this fund to commemorate his 35th class reunion. Their gift reflects the couple’s devotion to medical excellence and their lifelong affiliation with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The income is to be used to provide financial assistance to worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Josephine S. Sutland Scholarship for Medical Education This scholarship was established in 1999 to provide assistance for needy medical students.

Helen B. Taussig Fund Established in 1986 by the Life Income Gift Annuity of Dr. Helen B. Taussig. The income of this fund is to provide scholarships to needy medical students.

Owsei Temkin Scholarship Fund In 1993 Dr. Barbara P. Wasserman and Dr. Martin P. Wasserman established this fund in honor of Dr. Owsei Temkin. This fund provides financial assistance to needy medical students, with preference given to those who have a special interest in the humanities.

John Thompson Family Endowed Scholarship Fund  Established in 2015 to celebrate the three generations of John Thompson's who received medical degrees from SOM. The Thompson’s legacy is a long history of applying the knowledge that they gained at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Traci L. Thompson, M.D. and Billy M. Thompson, Jr. Scholarship Fund  This scholarship was created by Traci Thompson Ferguson, M.D., Med '00, in honor and in memory of her brother, Billy M. Thompson. Dr. Thompson trained in the Osler House Staff. She is now  Chief Medical Director at WellCare Health Plans, Inc. in FL.

Vander Salm Family Scholarship Fund The Johns Hopkins University gratefully acknowledges the receipt of a gift from Thomas J. Vander Salm, M.D. to establish a permanent named endowed scholarship fund. Dr. Vander Salm graduated from the School of Medicine in 1966. The fund will provide assistance to medical students.

Fernando Vescia, M.D. Scholarship Fund  Dr. Fernando G. Vescia, Med '55, KSAS, '51 was born in Egypt to Italian parents, only leaving  in 1948 to study medicine. Dr. Vescia was a gastroenterologist in Palo Alto, CA for 32 years. He also taught medical history at Stanford University.

Roger L., M.D. and Mary J. von Heimburg Scholarship Fund Established in 2000. Dr. von Heimburg a graduate of the School of Medicine in 1955, passed away in September 1999. He lived for a long time in Green Bay, Wisconsin and asked that preference be given to students from the Midwest.

William D., M.D., and Selma S. Voorhees Scholarship for Medical Education Established in 2000. Mrs. Selma Voorhees opened the fund in honor of her husband, William, a graduate of the medical class of 1945.

Elmer Wakefield, M.D. Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1998 by the estate of Dr. Wakefield to provide scholarships for students in need of additional funds to continue their education.

Dr. Arthur Nathan Wang Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was created in 1988 in honor and in memory of Dr. Arthur Nathan Wang, an alumnus of the School of Medicine. Dr. Wang’s promising career as a neurosurgeon was tragically ended early in his life by a fatal accident. The income from the fund each year will provide a scholarship to a needy and deserving student who intends to pursue a career in clinical neurosurgery. In establishing the fund, the family and friends of Dr. Wang hope to help others to complete the contribution to medicine and society begun by him.

Lillian W. and David N. Warfield Scholarship Fund  This fund was endowed in December, 2014 through a bequest from Lillian W. Warfield, wife of David N. Warfield.  Funds to be used to assist medical students who demonstrate financial need.

James Johnston Waring Memorial Scholarship Fund Through a generous gift from Mrs. James J. Waring, an endowment in memory of her husband has been established in the School of Medicine, the income from which is to be used as a scholarship fund for needy and worthy students. Although a member of the class of 1908, Dr. Waring subsequently received his degree from another school, having found it necessary to withdraw from the Medical School at the end of his junior year. Nevertheless, Dr. Waring was active in Hopkins’ alumni affairs until his death in June, 1962.

Frederick and Gladys C. Warring Memorial Scholarship This fund was established in 1996 from the Gladys C. Warring estate to provide scholarships for students in the School of Medicine.

David R. Weakley, M.D. Scholarship Fund An endowment fund established in 1995 by Dr. David R. Weakley, to provide scholarship support to medical students in the School of Medicine.

Margaret Morris Weiss, M.D., and Robert A. Weiss, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund This fund was established by Dr. Margaret Morris Weiss, and Dr. Robert A. Weiss to honor their devotion to medicine and lifetime affiliation with the School of Medicine. Income from this fund will provide financial assistance to medical students.

Frances Turner White Fund This fund, established with a gift from the estate of Frances Turner White, provides scholarships for needy and deserving medical students.

Dr. Raymond Wing Memorial Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1981 by Mrs. Raymond Wing to honor the memory of her husband, a member of the School of Medicine Class of 1927. It will provide support for students in their first year of study at the School of Medicine.

Winslow Foundation Scholarship Fund Gifts have been received annually since 1974 to fund scholarships for medical students, with preference for residents of Maryland, the District of Columbia, or North Carolina.

Charles Marion Wolfe Scholarship Fund The Fund was established in 1997 through the estate of Doris L. Wolfe in memory of her husband, Charles Marion Wolfe, to be used for a worthy medical student.

Ruth P. Young and Joseph M. Young, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund Established in 2004; the income is to be used to provide financial assistance to worthy students in the School of Medicine.

Evers P. and Adeline E. Zepp Scholarship Fund A fund was established as a bequest from the estate of Adeline E. Zepp to be used in support of the education of medical students.

Lionel J. Zheutlin, M.D. Scholarship Fund This fund was established in 1998 in memory of Dr. Zheutlin, a graduate of the Class of 1947. It provides assistance to needy students with preference to those planning careers in pediatrics.