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Training Opportunities

 

Now accepting applications for the 2015 HIPRC Summer Student Program!

 

Highlights

  • Mentored Summer Projects
  • Special Student Seminar Program
  • Clinical Observations
  • Work-In-Progress Sessions
  • Journal Clubs
  • End of Session Presentations
  • Networking


Application Process

  • Application opens November 1st, 2014
  • Submission deadline is February 1st, 2015
  • Current high school, undergraduate, or graduate students are eligible
  • Submit:
    1. Application
    2. Transcript with overall GPA of 3.0
    3. Resume
    4. One Letter of Teacher Recommendation
  • Scholarship opportunities for underrepresented minorities

 

Download the application and teacher recommendation form, complete, and email to hiprc@uw.edu.

Or mail it to us at: Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center, 325 9th Ave, Box #359960, Seattle, WA 98104

 

"At my first day at the center, I was immediately impressed at all the opportunities that HIPRC had for me not only to be a better researcher, but a better medical student. All the researchers from different backgrounds--Public Heath, Epidemiology, Medicine-- taught me how to hone my analytic skills to collect and utilize information effectively for my research projects.

Furthermore, summer students were allowed to shadow anesthesiologists and neurosurgeons in the OR two days a week-- an experience that greatly influenced my decision to pursue anesthesiology as a speciality today."

- Shan Modi, University of Texas Medical Branch, Medical Student

 

2014 Summer Students

2014 HIPRC Summer Students

 

Pictured (left to right):

Ujwala Kumar, Arthi Narayanan, Leyna Ho

Alexandria Lahdya, Rajiv Ayyagari, Leah Thompson

 

Not pictured:

Matt Li, Tom Wilson, Shan Modi, Tiffany Vogt, Mia Vogel, Manya Segireddy

 

"I would definitely recommend this program to high school and undergraduate students. I would have loved to take advantage of this program when I was at that stage and I would have learned so much from the seminars."

- Alexandria Lahdya, 2014 Summer Student