Summer Opportunities 2014
Program
Program Dates
Application
Deadline
Jan 15, 2014
The National Institutes of
Health (NIH) Medical
Research Scholars
Program
12 month
program
Howard Hughes Medical
Institute (HHMI)
Summer Research Fellows
Program
Summer after 1st
or 2nd year
Feb 15, 2014
Howard Hughes Medical
Institute (HHMI)
Medical Research Fellows
Program
Year-long
program
Jan 11, 2014
American Pediatric
Society - Society for
Pediatric Research
(APS SPR)
Two to three
months in a
research
environment
Jan 24, 2014
The American Osler
Society, William B.
Bean Student Research
Award
Must be a
current medical
student
Mar 1, 2014
Brief Program Description
Website
Comprehensive, year-long
research enrichment program.
Student scholars engage in a
mentored basic, clinical, or
translational research project on
the main NIH campus in
Bethesda, or at close by NIH
facilities that matches their
professional interests and career
goals. Stipend and housing
provided.
8 to 10 weeks of full-time
research. $5,000 for 10 weeks or
$500 week for less than 10
weeks. Relocation allowance of
up to $1,000
Conduct research at any academic
or nonprofit institution in the US,
except NIH. Choose your own
mentor and develop your research
project. MI investigators and
early career scientists, or be
matched with a mentor at HHMI.
Website: http://www.cc.nih.gov/training/mrsp/index.html
For application, FAQs, etc.
Encourages medical students
to consider careers in research
related to pediatrics. Designed
for students seeking research
opportunities at an institution
other than their own medical
school. Stipend included.
Website –
http://www.aps-spr.org
Research in Medical History
and Medical Humanities.
Invited to present research at a
meeting of the American Osler
Society. Award is $1,500.
Travel funding available.
For more information visit www.americanosler.org
Further information – www.hhmi.org/medfellowships
Further information – www.hhmi.org/medfellowships
Further information can be obtained from the
Student Research Program Coordinator at [email protected]
Summer Ethics
Fellowship for medical
students
Jun 15 – Jun 26, Jan 6, 2014
2014
Vanderbilt School of
Medicine
Research in Nephrology
and Hypertension
Jun 2 – Aug 8,
2014
Vanderbilt University
School of Medicine
Diabetes and Obesity
Research; Kidney
Disease Research;
Digestive Disease
Research
Jun 16 – Aug 7,
2014
Memorial Sloan
Kettering Cancer Center
Medical Student
Summer Fellowship
Research Program
Jun 16 – Aug 8,
2014 or Jun 23
– Aug 15, 2014
Feb 17, 2014
Feb 10, 2014
Jan 13, 2014
Each year group of medical
students from the US and
Canada are selected to
participate in the Fellowships
at Auschwitz for the Study of
Professional Ethics. FASPE
fellowship is completely free,
including travel to NYC,
Germany, and Poland.
Research under the direction of
a Vanderbilt scientist. Labbased, clinical or translational
research in kidney disease (no
research experience required).
Career advice, clinical and
research
seminars
and
discussions. Stipend provided.
Conduct research during under
direction of a Vanderbilt
scientist with approximately
$1800/month stipend provided;
laboratory based, clinical, or
translational research in the
areas of diabetes, obesity,
kidney disease, or digestive
disease; career advice; clinical
and research seminars; present
results
at
a
national
symposium.
Funded by NCI, open to
first/second
year
medical
students interested in oncology
and/or biomedical sciences;
clinical or laboratory research
experience
mentored
by
MSKCC
faculty;
attend
weekly lecture series; present
research; $5800 stipend
For more information visit www.FASPE.info
For more information and registration details visit:
https://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/mkpdc
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (615) 322-3146
For more information about the program and application,
please visit:
http://www.vanderbiltsrtp.org
Student Research Training Program
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
2213 Garland Avenue, 7465 MRBIV
Nashville, TN 37232-0475
(615) 93601760
[email protected]
Application, project proposals, and more information
available at:
www.mskcc.org/summerfellowships
GE Foundation and
National Medical
Fellowships Primary
Care Leadership
Program
Summer 2014
Rising 2nd and
3rd year
students
Jan 31, 2014
National Multiple
Sclerosis Society
Medical Student
Fellowship
4 to 8 week
fellowships
available
Feb 3, 2014
Sarnoff Medical Student
Research Fellowship
Program
May 1, 2014
Jan 8, 2014
Children’s Hospital, Los
Angeles, Children's
Center for Cancer and
Blood Diseases,
Summer Oncology
Research Fellowship
Program
6 -10 week
fellowship
Jan 31, 2014
Provides an opportunity to
examine the challenges and
rewards of primary care
practice in community health
centers. GE-NMF enhances
traditional clinical externships
with leadership training and
network building. The overall
mission of the program is to
develop a pipeline of future
primary care professionals.
Scholars are required to
complete 200 service hours
within a 6 to 8 week period.
To expose medical students in
pre-clinical and clinical years
to the field of multiple
sclerosis. Stipends Awarded.
Offers year-long research
opportunities for outstanding
medical students to explore
careers
in
cardiovascular
research;
no
research
experience necessary; annual
stipend of $30,000 in addition
to allowance of up to $5000
for travel to select a preceptor
and fellowship laboratory,
moving expenses, insurance
Designed for students in health
science
fields
seeking
opportunities
to
conduct
pediatric oncology research.
The program is oriented to
educate medical students in
clinical and laboratory research
studies. $350 weekly stipend.
For further program information and instructions on how
to apply at www.nmfonline.org.
E-mail [email protected] should you need further
assistance.
Scholarship stipend is expected to cover travel, living, and
lodging expenses during the program.
For more information www.gatewaymssociety.org –
Learn about MS – For Health Professionals – Medical
Student Fellowship.
Suzanne Carron, 314 446-4169,
[email protected]
For more information and online application visit
www.sarnofffoundation.org
Questions – [email protected] or call 703
759-7600.
For more information and for application form go to
www.chla.org - at the top under Search type in Summer
Oncology Research Fellowship Program. Then click on
Summer Oncology Fellowship. Scroll down until you see
TO APPLY then click on application form.
ASTRO Minority
Summer Fellowship
Award
($3,000)
Research must
be undertaken
during the
summer of
2014.
Start date for
2013 awards is
July 7, 2014
Mar 7, 2014
Global Health Delivery
Summer Intensive
(GHDI) program at
Harvard University
July 1 – July 25, Feb 1, 2014
2014
Introduces first/second-year
medical students from
backgrounds that are underrepresented in medicine to the
discipline of radiation
oncology. In an effort to
promote radiation oncology as
a career choice, the fellowship
will provide medical students
with a unique training
opportunity that focuses on
mentoring and hands-on
experience in radiation
oncology clinical and basic
science disciplines.
For more information and to review the application visit –
www.astro.org/minoritysummerfellowship.
Program attracts a diverse,
international cadre of midcareer global health
professionals who seek
training in global health
delivery concepts and skills
Information and applications are available online:
http://bit.ly/GHDI_jr14
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