Summer Undergraduate Research Internship
The best way to lure the brightest young minds to a career in biomedical research is to give them the opportunity to work in the laboratories of some of the nation's top scientists. Houston Methodist offers a 10-week summer student program for college undergraduates and medical students. The program matches students with faculty mentors in laboratories and focuses on a single research project. During this time, students attend required weekly didactic lectures given by the mentors and invited speakers.
The program also provides numerous opportunities for professional and career development, mentorship under faculty members, such as Philip Horner, PhD (pictured, second-to-right), and Ennio Tasciotti, PhD (pictured, right), and social and networking opportunities, including a welcome reception, a sporting event and a retreat at the end of the program during which students present their work. Some students even continue to work with their mentors at the conclusion of the internship, and in some cases get to see their projects conclude in co-authored publications.
The deadline for the 2017 Summer Undergraduate Research Internship has passed. Application requirements and instructions for the 2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Internship will be available soon.
OTHER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Debakey Institute for Cardiovascular Education & Training
The Houston Methodist DeBakey Institute for Cardiovascular Education & Training is no longer accepting applications for summer positions. Please check back early next year for updates.
Caring Teens Volunteer Program for High School Students
The deadline for admission into the Caring Teens Volunteer Program for High School Students has passed. Please check back early next year for updates.
Nelson Hawkins, MS
Trainee Affairs Coordinator