Recruiting for CTSC Summer Medical Student Fellows 2016 – Applications Due 2/29/2016

Weill Cornell Clinical & Translational Science Center

SUMMER INTENSIVE FELLOWSHIPS IN CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

APPLICATIONS DUE BY 5PM ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2016

Individuals from underrepresented groups, disadvantaged backgrounds, and with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply

The CTSC Summer Intensive in Clinical/Translational Research Fellowship for Medical Students is an 8-week continuous, full-time program that provides medical students who are between the first and second year of medical school with an introduction to basic, translational, or clinical research.  The program includes a summer research project conducted within the June to August timeframe, under the mentorship of a CTSC faculty member, attendance at weekly research seminars in the department that the student is conducting research, completion of a 2-day CTSC research grant writing workshop, a poster or oral presentation of the student’s project at the following year’s WCMC Medical Student Research Day, and a written work product.  The student’s participation in this program may qualify for WCMC 4 weeks elective credit.

The fellowship includes a stipend in the amount of $1500 and may be combined with Federal Work Study funds for a total combined funding of $3,000.

To apply, please visit the RFA link:
http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/training_and_education/summer_fellowships_medical_student.html

Contact My Linh Novotny at ctsc-education@med.cornell.edu if you have questions.

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