A 9-week long paid internship designed to expose first-year medical students, undergraduate and post-graduate students to clinical surgery, trauma and research. Clinical experience includes direct observation of floor rounds, ICU rounds, acute trauma resuscitation, surgery, ICU procedures, and resident teaching conferences.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center provides funding and support for members of under- represented groups in medicine to participate in the Summer Pipeline Program. This eight-week research program is offered to medical students who are interested in a career as a physician-scientist in the field of oncology and/or related biomedical sciences. This program grants students who have completed their first or second year at a US medical school accredited by the LCME (Liaison Committee on Medical Education) or COCA (Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation) the opportunity to conduct basic laboratory or clinical research under the mentorship of Memorial Sloan Kettering faculty.
The Department of Radiation Oncology at Thomas Jefferson University & Hospitals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is offering the annual Simon Kramer Society Externship in Radiation Oncology. This externship was established for the purpose of exposing medical students to the discipline of radiation oncology and provides up to two students each year with the opportunity to spend six weeks in our Department working on a research project and participating in clinical and educational activities. You must be a first or second year student in good standing in an accredited United States Medical School in order to be considered for this externship. The start and end dates will be determined with the students after the selection process, but must occur between June and August.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Medical Research Scholars Program (MRSP) is a comprehensive, yearlong research enrichment program designed to attract the most creative, research-oriented medical, dental, and veterinary students to the intramural campus of the NIH in Bethesda, MD. Student scholars engage in a mentored basic, clinical, or translational research project on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, or nearby NIH facilities that matches their research interests and career goals.
Student scholars engage in a mentored basic, clinical, or translational research project on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, or nearby NIH facilities that matches their research interests and career goals.
The Department of Urology at UC Irvine would like to announce an excellent research opportunity for medical students interested in urology. We are accepting applications to The Joseph & Carol Reich Leadership and Innovation Fellowship Training (LIFT) Program in Urology for the 2019-2020 academic year. The LIFT program is a highly competitive, one-year research fellowship under the mentorship of two of the most prolific academic urologists, Dr. Jaime Landman (Chairman) and Dr. Ralph Clayman (Dean emeritus and Professor). Given the increasing competitiveness of the urology match, this fellowship is an outstanding opportunity for medical students interested in urology to create a robust resume.
The Visiting Research Internship Program (VRIP) is an eight-week mentored, summer research program designed to enrich medical students' interest in research and health-related careers, particularly careers in clinical/translational research: research that transforms scientific discoveries arising from laboratory, clinical, or populations studies into clinical or population-based applications to improve health.
The 10-week Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program provides students with the opportunity to explore clinical and basic science research in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
The Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC) provides a 10-week fellowship program with a designated mentor in the Divisions of Neuroscience, Reproductive & Development Sciences, and Pathobiology & Immunology.
The POST program is designed for graduate and undergraduate medical students who have an interest in pediatric oncology research and would like to experience the field first hand. Students train with a pediatric oncology research mentor. Students must be able to dedicate between 8 - 10 full weeks to the program and start between May 1 and August 31 (dates may vary depending on the student's scheduled break). Maximum stipend is $5,000.
The AACAP Summer Medical Student Fellowships offer a chance for medical students to explore a career in child and adolescent psychiatry, gain valuable work experience, and meet leaders in the child and adolescent psychiatry field. The fellowship opportunity provides up to $3,500 for 12 weeks of clinical or research training under a child and adolescent psychiatrist mentor. Participants are required to attend the AACAP Annual Meeting in October. (Complimentary registration and travel reimbursement for the Annual Meeting are included in addition to the fellowship stipend).
The AANS Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship program is open to medical students in the United States or Canada who have completed one or two years of medical school and wish to spend a summer working in a neurosurgical laboratory, mentored by a neurosurgical investigator who is a member of the AANS and will sponsor the student. Several $2,500 fellowships will be available each year.
The AATS Summer Intern Scholarship program introduces the field of cardiothoracic surgery to first and second year medical students from North American medical institutions. By providing an opportunity to spend 8 weeks during the summer working in an AATS member's cardiothoracic surgery department, the summer intern scholarship provides medical students with insight into the scientific investigation and study of cardiothoracic surgery. A grant of $2,500 is provided to successful applicants to underwrite their living expenses during the eight weeks of guidance at the selected host institution. Additionally all awardees will receive complimentary registration to the association's Annual Meeting and postgraduate courses that takes place in May.
The Medical Student Summer Fellowships are $3,000 stipends grants to current medical students wishing to spend a summer conducting brain tumor research with esteemed scientist-mentors. The intent of this program is to motivate talented medical students to pursue a career in neuro-oncology research. The fellowship start date is determined by the mentor and should extend 10-12 weeks over the summer.
The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) is sponsoring nutrition internships for medical students. Each student will work under a recognized authority in clinical nutrition in a U.S. medical school or hospital. The internships will last eight weeks and usually will be scheduled in the summer, but other times may be arranged. Each student will receive a $2,500 stipend for the eight-week internship.
The Gold Foundation is accepting applications for the Student Summer Fellowship program. The grant award includes a $4,000 stipend for a 10- week period. Projects that do not meet the 10-week requirement will be prorated accordingly. Medical students may apply for either the Research Fellowship or the Service Fellowship program.
The purpose of the ASTRO Minority Summer Fellowship award is to introduce students from backgrounds that are under-represented in medicine to the discipline of radiation oncology early in their medical education. The experience is designed to expose students to clinical, basic and translational research questions in radiation oncology. This is an 8 week program with a stipend provided.
The Summer Program in Obesity, Diabetes and Nutrition Research Training (SPORT) is a summer research internship for medical students only. The program offers an intensive 10 week full-time research experience and mentorship to successful applicants as well as a stipend of approximately $6,081. Housing and transportation are not included in the program.
The scholarship supports a 10-week summer semester of research under the supervision of a neurosurgical mentor at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and residence expenses in Portland, Oregon. Students in the first or second year of study at an accredited U.S. medical school are eligible to apply. One scholar will be selected annually. Campagna scholars will receive $5,000 for support of travel to and living expenses in Portland. Scholars are eligible for up to $2,500 additional award to support travel to a national neurosurgical meeting to present the results of their research project, under the supervision of their mentor. The OHSU neurosurgical faculty mentor also receives up to $2,500 to cover research expenses.
Medical students with a serious interest in neurological surgery are encouraged to apply.
FALL APPLICATION OPENS APRIL - JUNE SPRING APPLICATION OPENS AUGUST - OCTOBER
Established by the Bellevue Hospital Center Emergency Department, Project Healthcare (PHC) is an immersive 10-week program that allows students to take part in several weekly rotations based in the emergency department.
The Department of Physical medicine & Rehabilitation offers fellowships in the following areas: traumatic brain injury, sports medicine, sports medicine/musculoskeletal, pediatric rehabilitation, chronic pain management, and spinal cord injury.
The 6-week Fostering Advancement & Career through Enrichment Training in Science (FACETS) program engages students in group research projects within various areas dedicated to the filed of public health.
Our NIH-supported, highly-competitive Summer Oncology Research Fellowship (SORF) Program is designed for students in the summer between their 1st and 2nd year of medical school considering a biomedical career that involves cancer research. This research fellowship is held at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) and at the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC).
To support research in the broad areas of medical history and medical humanities, candidates of the Bean Award will be awarded a $1500 stipend with an additional $750 available to support travel to the annual meeting (contingent upon final research paper submission).