Summer Research Application Directions for NIDDK T35 Medical Student Research Program (MSSRP)
The MSSRP is an opportunity for students to perform 8 weeks of summer research (can be M1 summer or M2 summer) focused on the NIDDK mission to support basic, translational, and clinical research across a broad spectrum of research topics and serious, chronic diseases and conditions related to the Institute's mission. The research areas are focused on Diabetes, Digestive disease and Nutrition, Endocrine Disease and Metabolic Disease, Hematologic disease, Kidney Disease and Liver Disease.
The MSSRP includes 15 hrs. classroom instruction on Responsible Conduct of Research, a 3-day-short course on NIDDK-focused research methods and advanced techniques and weekly summer journal clubs. The stipend will be $3,896 for the 8 weeks of research. The application is due Jan. 12, 2018 (for early decision ans early decision made Feb. 2, 2018). Application due date regular applications Feb. 12, 2018 and a decision will be made by March 1, 2018.
To apply, fill out the Google form at https://goo.gl/forms/QdQSvERHtgGazMiz1.
Summer Research Elective
Students who are doing summer research this year will now have the opportunity to have the activity recorded on their transcript. The elective, Summer Research Elective, will be posted on the transcript as a zero-credit course. In order to have the elective posted on your transcript, please fill out this Google form: http://goo.gl/forms/Jj3zl7rJKg. At the end of the summer, the Office of Medical Student Research (OMSR) will confirm that research was completed and send a final grade to the registrar (either Achieves or Exceeds Expectations or Unsatisfactory). See the attached document for the full description and requirements.
|Opportunity||Area of Interest||Number of Students||Deadline||Contact|
|UH Seidman Cancer Center [pdf]||Cancer||4||3/16/18||Damian Junk
|Brian Werbel Memorial Fund (Cancer Center) [pdf]||Cancer||5||3/16/18||Damian Junk
|SAGES (Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons)||GIemail@example.com
|MD Anderson Cancer Center (Texas) [pdf]||Cancer||1/18/18||Visit website|
|Rottman Family Fund Fellowship||HIV/AIDS/MALARIA||5||4/13/18||MedStudentResearch@case.edu|
|NMSS (National Multiple Sclerosis Society) [pdf]||MS Research||2/19/18||Sallie Stephens
|Dean's Summer Research Award||Clinical/Basic Science/Translational||~25||4/20/18||MedStudentResearch@case.edu|
|Hearst Fellowship||Public Health and Policy||4||4/20/18||MedStudentResearch@case.edu|
|Arnold/Seitz Fellowship||Pediatric Otolaryngology||1||4/20/18||MedStudentResearch@case.edu|
|Center for Aids Research (CFAR)||Basic science/clinical||8||4/20/18||See potential mentors|
|Association of Academic PM&R||Summer Clinical Externship (MSSCE)||2/01/18||Amy Schnappinger
|Association of Academic PM&R||Rehabilitation Research (RREMS) (rising M2's summer program)||2/01/18||Amy Schnappinger
|The Neurosurgery Research & Education Foundation (NREF)||Neurosurgery||20||2/01/18||More Details|
|ASTRO Minority Summer Oncology Fellowship||Radiation Oncology||2/10/18||More Details|
|Organization for Autism Research||Autism||
|Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Summer Fellowship||Oncology and/or related Biomedical Sciences||1/10/18||www.mskcc.org/summerfellowships|
|Department of Physiology and Biophysics||Basic science/clinical||4||4/20/18||See potential mentors|
|ASH Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP)||Hematology||1/15/18||Visit website|
|ASH Minority Resident Hematology Award Program (MRHAP)||Hematology||1/15/18||Visit website|
|The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's 2018 Injury Research Program for Medical Students||Injury Research||2-4||2/5/18|
|NIDDK T35||Digestive & Liver Disease, Diabetes, Metabolism & Nutrition, Kidney Diseases, Digestive, Liver, & Kidney Imaging||~ 10||4/20/18||
|Allegheny Summer Internship Program||Independent Research Projects||1/19/18||More Details|
|NIDDK New York Summer Fellowship||Diabetes, Digestive Disorders, and Kidney Diseases||
1 per project
|The Ray A. and Robert L. Kroc Summer Research Fellowship [pdf]||Diabetes and endocrine-related diseases||~2||2/28/18||Dr. Vincent Monnier