Students from the following schools who are interested in careers as clinician scientists. – New Jersey Medical School – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School – School of Dental Medicine – School of Health Professions What Research – Education Program sponsored by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute with opportunities for – Participation in cutting-edge cardiology, pulmonology, and hematology/immunology research projects – Career enhancing guidance and advice from faculty experts and clinician scientists – Improving your oral communication skills – $4,800 stipend and assistance with housing expenses

Eligibility Criteria
United States citizen or permanent resident – Good academic standing in a participating school – Prior research experience is an advantage – Strong interest in following a career path to become a clinician scientist – In-Person Research is done in RBHS Newark or New Brunswick Campus while lectures and programming can be attended by zoom.

Application Process
Rolling Admission: Apply today to secure your spot! Complete online application here Submission deadline March 2nd, 2024

Applicants will be notified of acceptance by April 8, 2023 – Special consideration will be given to students from economically and/or socially disadvantaged backgrounds, including underrepresented minorities and applicants with disabilities (as described in the Americans with Disabilities Act)

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