Student Research and Training Opportunities
AMA Medical Student Section Government Relations Internship
Stipends of $2,500 are available to assist selected students in a government internship program. The students are required to arrange their own internship with Congressional offices, specialty societies, or federal agencies. Helpful tips are provided on how to arrange a government internship.
National Institute of Health NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
Under the guidance of preceptors, students conduct research in selected areas of laboratory investigation. In addition to the laboratory experience, there is a summer seminar series and a Research Program Poster Day at the end of the 8-week internship.
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
The Division of Minority Opportunities in Research administers research and research-training programs aimed at increasing the number of minority biomedical scientists. Program support is available at the undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral and faculty levels. Program description and contact information are provided.
NIH Clinical Research Training Program for Medical and Dental Students
This program is a 12 month tutorial designed for medical or dental students who have completed their third year of training. With the permission of the student's dean, the student will take a year's leave of absence from school to perform research in their area of interest under the supervision of a NIH tutor.
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