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The ScholarRx


Deadline: July 15th, 2024

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ScholarRx is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for our popular Brick Builder Grant program, designed for educators and students* who want to develop and share new curriculum. Schools and instructors across the globe have begun using Rx Bricks Create to build new learning experiences for students, and we want to offer this groundbreaking $25,000 grant program to support and amplify these efforts.

Up to 50 grants of $500 will be awarded based on a competitive process. Please reference the application requirements, and limit to 500 words, excluding references. The form and application criteria are found below.


*Student applicants are welcome with a faculty advisor/reviewer

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Grant Awardees

Will Receive


in funding for the successful application

Free Access

to the ScholarRx curriculum authoring platform and the Rx Bricks digital library


on the ScholarRx curriculum authoring platform and the Rx Bricks digital library

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Funding Preference

For this award, we encourage applicants to focus on topic areas that aren't currently covered in Rx Bricks and/or emerging/evolving topic areas not well covered in medical schools. Preference will be given to applications with a clear plan for implementation in a medical or health science program.

Any curriculum brick modules developed through the grant would be open access to all.

*Funding is for a 12-month period.

Review Process

Evaluation Criteria

Brick Builder Grant applications will be reviewed based on the following criteria:

  • The grant application follows all instructions listed on the application form.
  • The proposed brick is relevant to the mission of medical education.
  • There is an established need for the brick, with a preference for topics not covered or covered adequately in medical schools.
  • The project includes a clear statement of project goals and objectives.
  • The activities described are appropriate to address the goals and objectives.
  • The brick produced will be generalizable, sharable, and applicable to others outside the investigators’ home institutions.
  • The project is feasible, given the investigators' timeline, resources, and experience.
  • The plan for dissemination (e.g., implementation in a medical school)

How To Apply

Fill out the application by clicking the button below. ScholarRx will administer the grant.

Only one grant per applicant.

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Previous Awardees

Identifying Dermatologic Disease in Skin of Color

Authors: Siri Choragudi, Rainee Khabagnote, Nate Bergfeld, Sara Asbeck

Rural, remote and Planetary Health

Authors: Mayara Floss

Clinical Enzymology

Authors: Pratyush Kumar, Kumar Abhishek, Poonam Agrawal

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Bricks Create allows educators to easily develop and share interactive, multimedia Bricks suited for the evolving learning needs of their students. Once you decide to create a new brick, you can immediately add text, embed videos, and drag-and-drop images. Or, simply clone a brick from one of our collections and modify it to meet your curricular needs.