Program Length: 8 weeks (June ~ July)

Location: Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana…specific internship program location though may be in Indianapolis, Indiana

Admissions Requirement: 
US High school students currently in grade 12 who…
• Have completed their senior year by the program’s start date
• Display an aptitude for science and math
• Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
US Undergraduate students who…
• Have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher
• Medical students and residents are not eligible.

Admissions Deadline: The website posts updates when the application is open.

Highlight: Are you a current 12th grader or undergraduate student from the United States interested in pursuing the field of biomedical and behavioral science, but don’t know how to get started? Then Indiana University’s Cancer Center’s Summer Research Program could be just what you need! This 8 week summer research program gives underrepresented students across the United States the ability to gain first hand experience in various medical fields through workshops, research, and more! Students are paired with a research mentor who will teach them about research methodology and assist them throughout the course of the program. At the end of this summer research program, students will have also gained both poster and oral presentation skills. This summer research program runs from early June to late July and participants will need to be able to commit the full 40 hours each week at Indiana University. For participants who don’t live near the university, this summer research program provides housing for students from Jackson State University and assists in finding housing for others. Did we mention the best part yet? Along with gaining valuable experience that will help you throughout your career, this summer research program provides a stipend to participants in order to help cover costs associated with attending. This is one of several cancer research programs offered through Indiana University; there’s also the Future Scientists Program for local Indianapolis highschool juniors and the Diversity in Cancer Research Program which is a 10-week summer program for second year undergraduate students from underrepresented communities.
So, are you ready to learn about what it takes to be successful in the field of biomedical and behavioral science? Then make sure to get your application materials ready and apply today!

Cost: free!

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