• 2-year mentored research experience
• Commitment of 40 hours/week for 10 weeks each summer & 10 hours/week during the academic year to a research project
• Receive training in translational research principles and reproductive science topics, laboratory techniques
• Participate in program seminars, laboratory meetings, journal clubs, safety training, workshops, and discussion groups
• Create a professional development plan
• Shadow specialists in Gynecologic Surgery and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility who care for women with endometriosis
• Present findings at regional and/or national venues
Learn more about the ACTRE scholar program and obtain a copy of the scholar application form
with instructions and eligibility information
. Applications are being accepted until 5pm on February 28, 2013. Apply Today!
You may also contact Ms. Felicia Underwood at firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlanta Center for Translational Research in Endometriosis (ACTRE)
is made possible through a Cooperative Research Partnership to Promote Workforce Diversity grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD)
Morehouse School of Medicine and Emory University have been awarded a unique partnership grant to promote workforce diversity and education in the reproductive sciences and women’s health. Eligible sophomore students interested in doctoral careers in reproductive sciences are invited to apply to a 2-year research development program with ACTRE (pronounced “actor”). The goal of the ACTRE scholar program is to introduce students from under-represented minorities to translational human reproductive research that demonstrates how cellular and molecular biology bridge the way to clinical therapeutic treatments in reproductive medicine.