The goal of the program is to engage scientific curiosity in the next generation of scientists, challenging qualified college undergraduates to consider basic science research-related careers and providing them with initial experiences required to be competitive for science related continued education and careers in the future. See the CDCB Summer Internship Program for more information. You may contact email@example.com with questions.
CBP-SURP is a 9-week program designed to provide undergraduates research opportunities at the interface of chemistry, biology and physiology in the health sciences. A major goal of this program is to engage students in state-of the-art techniques in chemical biology, and how strategies in chemical biology can be used to interrogate cell signaling, protein function, and identify potential therapeutic targets. For additional information, including program details, how to apply, and application deadline, please see the CBP-SURP announcement. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The summer clinical research internship program within the Department of Surgery invites motivated university and medical students to apply for the opportunity to perform research related to an ongoing clinical research study overseen by our surgery faculty. This eight-week program is designed for students with an interest in the research behind healthcare and what it means to be employed by a university hospital. Interns will work in pairs on a prospective study, culminating in the completion and submission of an abstract for acceptance at a local surgery conference. In addition to study analysis, interns will have the opportunity to shadow surgery faculty in clinic and the OR, attend weekly OHSU surgery conferences with faculty, and participate in workshops that illuminate the path toward improved health care through research and innovation. Summer 2018 application due date and requirements.
The OHSU Summer Equity Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for diverse undergraduate students to spend eight weeks working with administrators, faculty, scientists, and graduate students in a research and community based setting. It is designed to offer research experiences to Portland area college school students that excel academically and come from socially and economically disadvantaged background.
Students can apply to one of the six tracks available:
- Biomedical Sciences - M.Sc. & Ph.D. (Provost Scholars Program at the West Campus, Portland Alcohol Research Center, Oregon Hearing and Research Center, Knight Cancer Institute's Cancer Early Detection Advanced Research Center, Graduate Medical Studies)
- Dental - D.M.D.
- Health Systems & Policy - Masters & Ph.D. (Center for Health Systems Effectiveness)
- Medicine - M.D.
- Nursing - B.S.N. & A.N.P.
- Public Health - M.P.H.
See the Equity Summer Research Program for more information.
The program is designed for talented students in their junior year from Concordia University, George Fox University, Lewis & Clark College, Linfield College, Pacific University, University of Portland, Warner Pacific College, and Willamette University who are interested in pursuing a career in biomedical research, particularly those who are considering graduate school or an M.D./Ph.D. program. Students participate in ongoing research projects with investigators at OHSU and are paid a stipend. Students who are already committed to a career involving only clinical practice, such as private practice physicians or dentists, are specifically discouraged from applying. Application deadline is mid-October. Contact email@example.com for contact information.
The OHSU Administrative Internship Program allows undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to experience the healthcare profession through an administrative lens. In addition to the assigned project, interns will have the opportunity to experience day-to-day operations (e.g., daily readiness huddles, staff seminars and trainings, etc.), as well interact with patients, families and staff through rounds and other engagement experiences. To support intern growth, development and networking opportunities, weekly lunches with executive leadership will be provided, including an in-depth question and answer session. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institute Summer Intern Research Awards are designed to introduce college sophomores, juniors, and seniors to one area of basic biological research or applied workplace translational research in the field. Typically 10-14 openings are available in the laboratories of the Institute scientists.The internships are funded by a stipend and are 2.5-3 months in duration, beginning in June. Application due dates and requirements.
The Summer Fellowship Program supports students in 10-week apprenticeships for which a $3000 stipend is received (successful applicants who live out of state may be eligible for assistance with travel expenses). Principal Investigators in the Divisions of Neuroscience, Reproductive Sciences, and Pathobiology and Immunology oversee research programs related to high-priority medical needs that are expected to increase in importance and funding emphasis over the coming decades. These include research in neurodevelopment, neuroendocrinology, neurodegeneration, cancer, aging, mental illness, brain injury, addiction, obesity, reproductive health, immune response to infectious agents, and stem cells. Specific project details and application materials are available at here
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The 10-week Provost Scholars Program is part of a larger Undergraduate Summer Fellowship (USF) program administered by the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC), an institute of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Two students are funded through this program each summer. Eligible applicants will have completed at least 2 years in an accredited 4-year institution by the start date of the program and come from either an underrepresented minority background (includes American Indian or Alaska Native; Black or African American; Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander; Hispanic or Latino), have experienced economic hardship*, are first in your family to attend college, or have experienced other educational, ethnic/cultural, family circumstance hardships.
*Economically disadvantaged students are defined as individuals who come from a low-income family, using low income levels specified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a guideline.
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Oregon AHEC offers the Oregon Rural Scholars Program (ORSP) in partnership with the Department of Family Medicine in the School of Medicine. The ORSP allows up to fifteen selected third year medical students to participate in a longitudinal clinical rotation in a rural setting, comprising a 4 week Family Medicine rotation and ORSP experience. This program is designed for students with a specific interest in a future rural practice. For more information, please visit http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/outreach/ahec/orsp.cfm
The UCEDD Summer Internship Program is an eight-week long summer internship that provides opportunities for high school or early college age students to gain experience in the disability field, develop transferable skills, and learn about various career paths in health care. Interns will participate 24 hours per week in group activities and on a project at one of the Institute on Development and Disability centers, gaining experience in research, education, training, and dissemination. This internship is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in health care, specifically with a focus on disability. Interns will receive a stipend. Applications are due February 1, 2019. For more information, including a link to the application, please visit www.ohsu.edu/sip.
The Vollum Institute/OHSU Neuroscience Graduate Program offers summer undergraduate research internships with a stipend that covers housing and living expenses. The program lasts for 12 weeks and preference is given to students with a strong interest in PhD training in neuroscience. The deadline to apply is February 1, 2019. To apply and find more information about the program, click here.