Summer Program in Health Disparities Research at the University of Michigan

Posted on the BHIC blog.
This summer, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research
(MICHR) att he University of Michigan is offering a paid intensive summer research experience for medical and dental students and graduate students in nursing, social work, pharmacy, and public health. Each student will work 20-30 hrs/wk with a research mentor on an ongoing project.  A weekly seminar series will explore disparities questions and problems, scientific approaches, research methods, and career issues.  Students will attend an actual UM IRB meeting and take field trips to partner organizations outside Ann Arbor. Students will be paid for their work as well as receive reimbursement for travel (airfare, train, etc.) and housing in Ann Arbor (for non residents and non- UM students).

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