Medical Student Summer Research
& Public Health Experience
The Medical Student Summer Research & Public Health Experience offers Morehouse School of Medicine medical students the opportunity to participate in scientific research, and public health experiences through summer employment. The program provides a hands-on opportunity for students to learn while collaborating with an accomplished mentor. Due to COVID-19-related mandates this Medical Student Summer Research & Public Health Experience will be virtual. 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
- Currently enrolled in an MSM medical, Gaduate Education in Biomedical Sciences, or Graduate Education in Public Health program
- All participants must make an eight-week commitment to the program.
- All students must report to their assigned mentor’s lab during this period.
- Upon completion of the program, students must complete a poster presentation summarizing their summer accomplishments.
Apply to a Summer 2021 program by April 2.
For additional information regarding this program and eligibility requirements, please contact:
Tawain E. Kelly