Opportunity for medical students interested in cancer research

Each summer, the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center trains and supports medical students interested in cancer research. This program offers a valuable opportunity for medical students to participate in extensive, direct experience in laboratory research while completing their medical training.

The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Summer Medical Training Award funds medical student research training projects in oncology. Each award provides $4,000 as a trainee summer stipend. An additional $500 is given to the hosting laboratory for research materials and supplies. The funded research is expected to run 8 weeks.

For additional information on the Summer Medical Training program and how to apply, go to https://case.edu/cancer/training-education/summer-training/medical-students.

Application deadline is March 10th at 11:59pm.