Posting expires on 05/01/2017
University of MInnesota - Twin Cities
Type of Research:
This opportunity has a stipend.
UMF encourages innovative research by Medical School students and awards grants to students pursuing basic, clinical, or community-based research interests. The goal of this program is to encourage medical students to conduct independent, mentored, academic research using a protocol of their own design.
$4,000 grants to third- and fourth-year students for 12 weeks of research during free or elective periods. Applications are received three times a year: the first Friday in January, May 1 and September 1. Applicants are informed of the committees decision within six weeks from the submission date.
To qualify for funding, the research must be basic science bench research, clinical research that involves direct patient observation and/or treatment or community-based research that involves data acquisition by students. Students who hold or are pursuing a Ph.D. degree, including M.D.Ph.D. students, are ineligible.
Questions? Contact Leslie Anderson, Chief of Staff, Office of Medical Education, email@example.com, (612) 624-9473.
Posted on 12/18/2014