This internship provides a rising second-year medical student with experience in pediatric primary care clinical research with a focus in asthma.
You will be responsible for enrolling patients and managing the database in an asthma research study and participate in other ongoing studies.
You’ll be taught the national guidelines on asthma assessment and management, similar to what is taught to third-year medical students and pediatric residents. You will join Department of Family Medicine research students in their workshop series on how to conduct primary care research.
You will give an oral presentation on your research findings to department faculty and fellow students at the end of the summer.
You will also prepare a poster for the school’s Medical Student Research Forum.
There are also opportunities to participate in clinical care in a general pediatric clinic.
We accept one student.
Rising second-year Jacobs School medical students interested in pediatric research are eligible.
This is an eight-week internship during the summer between your first and second year. The dates are flexible.
Submit your curriculum vitae (CV) with a letter of intent that includes answers to the following questions:
At least two months prior to the internship starting, you must complete two online courses required by the Institutional Review Board to conduct research.
Applicants will be interviewed after they submit their application, and a selection will be made by mid-March.
The successful candidate will be notified by email.
If you have questions about this research opportunity, please contact: