The Child & Family Research Institute’s Summer Student Research Program fosters research awareness and interest in the undergraduate and medical community. The program attracts students from local, national and international academic institutions, and exposes them to research in the area of children’s and women’s health.
Approximately 17 studentships are given to top ranked students based on scholarly achievement, scientific merit of the proposed project, and the potential benefits applicants will gain from the experience. Students provided with a studentship work up to a maximum of 12 weeks between May and August.
For additional information on this program visit the Summer Student Research Program page.
Guidelines and application forms for these grants can be found under Forms.