Do you have a cancer-related research project and are interested in hosting an exceptional undergraduate with a young innovative mind from June 3 –Aug. 9, 2019?
Applications are now open for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Houston-Galveston (ASFHG), which offers graduate students the opportunity to design and implement a health-related, 200-hour, yearlong community project that provides direct service to an underserved population.
The specter of cancer has sparked the research passion of one fourth-year medical student, focusing its direction and resulting in a nationally competitive fellowship.
The UTHealth School of Public Health’s CPRIT fellowship in innovation for cancer prevention research is now accepting applications for predoctoral fellows, including MD/MPH students.