Summer Research Fellowship Program
Mayo Clinic offers a comprehensive training program for patient-oriented research that is funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. The eight- to 10-week Summer Research Fellowship matches medical students in their first and second years with mayo Clinic investigators, based on students' individual research interests. In addition to research projects, students attend a series of seminars and presentations that introduce them to the full range of clinical research methods.
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Visiting Medical Student Clerkship Program
This four-week clinical rotation at one of Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida or
Rochester can be subsidized by $2,500 diversity scholarships. Visiting medical students become active members of a
multidisciplinary health care team and attend teaching rounds and conferences,
take patient histories, perform physical examinations, and assist with operating
room and other procedures.
|Clerkships starting in:
||January, February, March
||April, May, June
||July, August, September
||October, November, December
Learn more about the Visiting Medical Student Clerkship Program and other scholarship opportunities.
Jan. 22, 2013