Medical students who have been newly accepted to our medical school have the opportunity to spend their summers as part of research projects. A group of faculty research mentors provide a range of research in which students can participate through the Medical Student Summer Research Program.
The program is eight weeks long. Students receive a $5,000 stipend and the hosting lab receives up to $2,000 for supplies.
To apply, students need to choose a research mentor and submit an application to the Medical Student Research Committee. Applications are due April 15.
For more information contact the Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org.