Summer Research Fellowship for Students in Medical or Graduate Science Programs
The Research Fellowship Program at Akron General Medical Center is an 8-week program designed to give students enrolled in medical or graduate science programs experience in basic science, biomedical, or clinical research.
Research projects are led by Akron General Scientists and Physicians; and students may have opportunities to shadow attending physicians and residents, or to observe activities in various medical departments throughout the hospital. Specific project details and the online application will be available early 2016 on the Akron General website.
STIPENDS: A research stipend of $2,500 will be awarded to Research Fellows.
Required Application Materials: Online Application 2 Letters of Recommendation Curriculum Vitae
Program Requirements:You must be available for orientation and final presentations. Monday thru Friday commitment for 8 weeks
For more information please contact: Department of Research at 330-344-6791 or email@example.com
Beginning in January, we will accept applications for summer programs for 1st year medical students!
1st year medical students are invited to apply to Akron General's Clinical Rotations and Future Training (CRAFT) program or Primary Care CRAFT program. Spend eight weeks rotating through clinical departments or exploring primary care opportunities. 1st year medical students are invited to apply to Akron General Medical Center's CRAFT program. Successful candidates will spend eight weeks rotating through various clinical departments at Akron General, gaining exposure to clinical medicine and an academic medical center. Rotations include:
| Emergency Medicine Orthopedic Surgery General Surgery Obstetrics & Gynecology || Family Medicine Psychiatry Internal Medicine Urology |
(Additional requests may be accommodated.)
The PC-CRAFT program at Akron General is a premiere eight-week summer rotation for 1st year medical students who are interested in pursuing a career in primary care medicine. The program will expose students to multiple exciting primary care opportunities such as:
| Pediatrics Underserved health care population Family Medicine Preventive health care|| Internal Medicine Multiple office procedures Geriatrics Case-based simulation lab |
In addition, we anticipate that the PC-CRAFT student will interact with the Akron Health Department as they seek to answer a clinical question of interest.
Application information for both programs:
STIPENDS: An educational scholarship of up to $2,000.
HOUSING: Housing is available (for a fee), if needed.
Required Application Materials: Personal statement*: Why do you want to participate in the CRAFT and/or PC-CRAFT program? What are you hoping to gain from the program? Please highlight extracurricular activities and volunteer activities. Official medical school transcripts Two letters of recommendation Curriculum vitae Immunization record
* If applying for both programs, please indicate that in your personal statement.
Program Requirements: Must be a current 1st year medical student. Both programs require a Monday - Friday commitment from June 9 - July 31, 2015. All participants must participate in orientation on June 9, 2015 and the cumulative activity on July 31, 2015.
To apply, please specify which program you are applying to (or both) and send application materials (which may be sent separately) by March 19, 2015 to:
Akron General, Graduate Medical Education
Attn: Ashley Deighan
1 Akron General Ave.
Akron, OH 44307
ORashley.firstname.lastname@example.orgLetters of recommendation may be sent directly by the recommender.
Selected candidates will be invited for an interview in April or May 2015. Final candidates will be chosen in May 2015.
For more information please contact Ashley Deighan at 330-344-6667 or email@example.com.