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Programs for College and Graduate Students

These undergraduate research programs are run by faculty members affiliated with the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston, a unique collaboration between MD Anderson and UTHealth. Participation in one of these programs would provide hands-on research experience in a biomedical field, and an introductory example of a graduate (Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) research career. The programs differ by institutional locale and funding source but all provide rich scientific environments and opportunities for career enhancement.

1) CPRIT - MD Anderson
Experience in laboratory-based cancer research.
What documents are required for application?   Apply to program

 2) CANCER PREVENTION - MD Anderson
Research experience in basic science laboratories and in population-based and behavioral studies.
What documents are required for application?    Apply to program

 3) The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Summer Research Program - UTHealth
Research experiences in basic science, translational or clinical science related to a broad spectrum of diseases.
Apply to program

 4) Research Training in the Molecular Basis of Infectious Disease (MBID) - UTHealth
Translational research as it relates to clinical infectious diseases.
Apply to program

 5) Houston Laboratory and Population Sciences Training Program in Gene-Environment Interaction - UTHealth
Research that explores aspects of environmental interaction with genes that impact human health.
Apply to program

MD Anderson Program Dates

Acceptance Notification Deadline 
Early March 2015 

Documentation Due 
April 27, 2015 

Appointment Letter will be sent 
May 11, 2015 

Online Onboarding Complete 
May 30, 2015 

Summer Experience Check-In 
June 2, 2015 

Summer Experience ends
Aug. 7, 2015

MD Anderson Event Dates

Welcome Reception
June 5, 2015

Poster Session/ Elevator Speech Comp
August 7, 2015


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