Mentors Sought for Shapiro Summer Research Program
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health's Shapiro Summer Research Program provides opportunities for more than 50 first-year medical students to participate in eight- to 12-week summer research projects with UW-Madison faculty members.
Faculty researchers with basic science, clinical, translational, public health or health systems projects are needed to provide research training experiences for interested students. The dean's office provides 50 percent of the stipend support for approved projects.
Faculty members can submit a brief description of their project online or contact Lynne Cleeland, assistant dean for academic affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 265-6045.
Date Published: 02/02/2009