Kirk D. Ramin, M.D. Endowment Fund Award
In April of 2016, Dr. Ramin reluctantly relinquished his active teaching and clinical duties due to health reasons.
The Kirk D. Ramin, M.D. Endowment Fund was established in recognition of his dedication to the training and continued education of countless providers of pregnancy-related care.
This fund will provide financial support for attendance at obstetric-related conferences, with the goal of enhancing education related to the care of women in their pregnancies, from the routine to the complex.
This fund will continue his lifelong commitment to his colleagues, students and patients.
Applicants must be:
- A current provider of obstetric or obstetric-related care (including physicians. advanced practice providers, nurses, ultrasonographers, genetic counselors or other care providers)
- Planning on attending a conference related to obstetric care
- Donors to the Ramin Fund are ineligible to receive scholarship funds
Apply for Funds
Funds will be awarded based on the strength of the application. All applicants will be notified of award decision by email.
Application Due Date:
Distribution of Funds:
Following conference attendance and submission of receipts
Up to $3,000/year will be available. The number of awards available per year are dependent on the amount funded per award.
To apply for funds, please complete the application.
Past Award Recipients
|Angela Fumanti, RDMS||Fairview||$2,000|
|Conference: 9th Annual Fetal Echocardiography: Normal and Abnormal Hearts|
|Sabrina Burn, MD||UM Residency||$1,000|
|Conference: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Annual Convention|
“Education has been a key part of my 22-year career in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and I felt compelled to continue this mission despite leaving my clinical practice last year.
Because of your generosity in donating to the Kirk D. Ramin Scholarship, we are able to begin offering scholarships in 2018 for continuing education of health care providers that care for women and their complicated pregnancies."
~ Kirk Ramin, M.D.