Meet the CURE and Equity summer research interns

Take a moment to get to know the students participating in this summer’s Equity and CURE internship programs, which are sponsored by OHSU’s Center for Diversity & Inclusion. Equity interns are high school and college students who are interested in pursuing careers in research, medicine, or dentistry. Each student is matched with a faculty mentor at OHSU. The Ted R. Lilley Cancer Continuing Umbrella of Research Education, or CURE Program, is a paid research internship that matches students with a mentor who specializes in cancer. This year’s group of interns come from all over the state, plus New York, Florida, and Washington.

In total, over 200 applicants applied for twenty-two internship positions this year. The average cumulative GPA for interns in both programs is 3.70. Each intern will have the opportunity to present a poster of his or her research project in early August.

View profiles of the Equity and CURE interns.

Bookmark and Share

Comments are closed.

About the Author

Welcome to the Research News Blog

Welcome to the Research News Blog

OHSU Research News is your portal to information about all things research at Oregon Health & Science University. Visit often for updates on events, discoveries, and important funding information.

Read more

Participation Guidelines

Remember: information you share here is public; it isn't medical advice. Need advice or treatment? Contact your healthcare provider directly. Read our Terms of Use and this disclaimer for details.

Categories

Archives