Scholarships

Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. was a prominent Neurosurgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinkler Miller Association. Dr. Sanders passed away in August, 2015. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a neurosurgery training program.

The Visiting Elective Scholarship Program (VESP) supported by the Physicians Medical Forum (PMF) was established to encourage African American/Black fourth year medical students to apply for a fourth year clinical elective offered through Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland (dba UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland).

The Visiting Elective Scholarship Program (VESP) supported by the Physicians Medical Forum (PMF) was established to encourage fourth-year medical students who are underrepresented in medicine and are interested in working and conducting research with diverse populations to apply for a fourth-year clinical elective offered through the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

The Visiting Elective Scholarship Program (VESP) supported by the Physicians Medical Forum (PMF) was established to encourage fourth-year medical students who are underrepresented in medicine and are interested in working and conducting research with diverse populations to apply for a fourth-year clinical elective offered through the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. was a prominent Neurosurgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinkler Miller Association. Dr. Sanders passed away in August, 2015. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a neurosurgery training program.

William Alexander Jackson Ross, Sr., M.D. was a prominent Orthopedic Surgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinkler Miller Association. Dr. Ross passed away in 2007. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a surgery training program.