NIH - Short-Term Research Training Grant
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The NIH Short-Term Research Training Grant (STRTG) program is intended to provide an introductory biomedical research experience for students during the summer between their first and second year of medical school.
Students submit their proposals and other related forms through the WebGrants website during the application period (which typically begins sometime in February and ends in late March). All submissions will be reviewed by the STRTG Executive Review Committee. Students are also able to view a directory of faculty who have volunteered to work with students and their projects during the summer. Each April, the Review Committee meets to select the proposals to be funded for the upcoming summer.
The Program begins in early June and ends in early September. A stipend (approximately $1,836 per month) is provided, and additional funds for lab and other expenses are also available.
In addition, students who later present their NIH summer project at a conference may qualify for travel funds. For example, a number of students submit an Abstract to the AFMR (American Federation for Medical Research) conference in Carmel, California, which is held near the end of January each year.
For further information, please contact Andrea Mondragon: (858) 822-6530 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She is located in the MET building, 3rd Floor, Room 330.20.
Faculty Directory: Click here
Application deadline: March 22, 2013 (11:59 p.m.)
As a new WebGrants user, you will click on "Register Here" in the right-hand box when you click on the above link. Follow the instructions in the email you received inviting you to apply. Contact Andrea with questions (contact information above).
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