Family Medicine Summer Research Fellowship
DUE TO THE OVERWHELMING RESPONSE to the Summer Research Program, we have reached our capacity for summer 2020 and the APPLICATION PROCESS IS CLOSED.
Each summer, the Department of Family Medicine will accept up to eight first year medical students from UNC for a 2-month, paid fellowship designed to provide a flexible but high quality research experience. The Fellowship will help match students with faculty who have ongoing, exciting projects that are relevant to clinical medicine and/or population health. In addition to one-on-one mentorship by faculty, our summer research fellows will participate in structured seminars and spend time in clinical settings with Family Medicine residents and faculty.
Why become a Fellow?
Selection and participation in UNC Family Medicine Research Fellows program will give you:
- A formal mentorship program that includes a primary faculty mentor and weekly meetings with other faculty and students
- Participation in research
- Opportunity to work in clinical settings,
- Education and experience in research methodology and project management
- Education and experience with data collection, data management, and data analysis
- Publishing and presentation options with guidance from faculty
- Connectivity with like-minded faculty, residents, and students towards a common goal
- A stipend to conduct research during the summer
The goal of the UNC Family Medicine Research Fellows Program is to provide innovative enthusiastic students with a mentored experience in meaningful Family Medicine research. The UNC program takes place during the months of June and July and includes weekly didactic sessions, and clinic shadowing opportunities in addition to the mentored research project. Continuation into the fall semester is possible through an elective called, FMME 150: Research Mentorship in Family Medicine. Research Fellows will always be welcome at future didactic sessions, departmental events, as well as continue to enjoy faculty mentorship and a nurturing relationship with the Department of Family Medicine.
If you have questions, please contact Dawn Morriston (email@example.com).
The process is easy….
Step 1: Be interested in Primary Care and/or Community Health
Step 2: Check out the list of Family Medicine faculty and their areas of interest and projects here. Note: Some research projects may change based upon COVID-19 guidelines related to clinical exposure and contact with human subjects.
Step 3: Contact the faculty member associated with your area of interest for a preliminary, informal interview.
Step 4: Complete the Research Fellows in Family Medicine application below.
Timelines and Deadlines:
Application window has closed. Thank you for your interest!
Summer Project Season: June 1- July 31, 2020
Didactic Sessions: Weekly Schedule