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Medical Student Summer Research & Public Health Experience

 

Overview

The Medical Student Summer Research & Public Health Experience at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) offers MSM medical students the opportunity to participate in scientific research and public health experiences through summer employment. The program provides an excellent and rare hands-on opportunity for students to learn while working alongside an accomplished mentor. A two-day orientation will address topics such as:

  • Research Using Animal Models
  • Research Using Human Subjects
  • Developing the Basic Components of a Research Grant
  • Lab Safety and Etiquette
  • Research Basics
  • A student presents his research with data and charts
  • A student presents her research with data and charts
  • presenting research on a projector
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation
  • students at a research presentation

Program Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in an MSM medical, graduate education in biomedical sciences, or public health program
  • An 8-week commitment is required of all participants.
  • All students are required to report to their assigned mentor’s lab during the 8-week period.
  • At the culmination of the 8-week program, all students are required to do a poster presentation summarizing their summer accomplishments.

Application

The application cycle for Summer 2018 is now closed. Please check back for updates regarding next Summer's application cycle in January 2019.

Contact

For additional information regarding this program and eligibility requirements, please contact:

Ms. Ashley Turner
anturner@msm.edu
(404) 756-5212