Mayo Clinic School of Medicine Research Award

Mayo Medical School Research Award

To encourage Mayo Clinic School of Medicine students to broaden their knowledge of clinical and translational science and consider research as part of their careers, the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCaTS) offers the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine Research Award.

The award, which supports a three-month research experience (project) during the third year of medical school, provides a stipend and $550 in additional funding for research expenses. It also fulfills Mayo Clinic School of Medicine's research requirement for third-year students.

To successfully complete the research experience, awardees are required to submit a manuscript suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed journal to the CTSA Education Resources Predoctoral Programs Committee for approval by Jan. 31 of their fourth year of medical school.

Read more about the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine Research Award's eligibility requirements and application process.

Contact

The CCaTS Education Contacts page contains a listing of team members who can assist you with questions.