MSTAR – Medical Student Training in Aging Research
The MSTAR Program provides medical and osteopathic students, early in their training, with an enriching experience in aging-related research and geriatrics, under the mentorship of top experts in the field. This program introduces students to research and academic experiences that they might not otherwise have during medical school.
This positive introduction has led many physicians-in-training to pursue academic careers in aging. These careers range from basic science to clinical research to health services research. As a result, they have joined the growing cadre of physicians and scientists with specialized knowledge and skills. And these things are in great demand as our population ages.
If you are interested in UNC-Chapel Hill as your MSTAR summer site, then please contact Program Coordinator Kristen Ruck at the email below.
NOTE: we request you do not directly contact UNC MSTAR mentors before speaking with the MSTAR coordinator since mentor availability varies from year to year.
Phone: (919) 445-6770
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