FRONTERA Border Health Scholars Summer Program

Focusing Research on the Border Area (FRONTERA) Border Health Scholars is a 10-week research internship offered by the University of Arizona College of Medicine’s Office of Inclusive Excellence & Community Engagement. The course provides undergraduate, graduate and medical students with an increased understanding of public health disparities in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region through practical hands-on research experience, role model mentoring, and integration into a network of peer researchers/public health professionals invested in the development of each trainee. Participants are matched, according to their areas of interest, with an experienced scientist/researcher whose work has an impact on border health. Students will present the outcomes of their research at the end of the course. We encourage interested students to check out our website for more information on the program and how to apply: The applications deadline is March 1^st . For questions, please contact Kameron Hanson at (520) 626-6148 or>. Regards, */Kameron R. Hanson/* */Research Technician/* *//* */University of Arizona Cancer Center/* */1515 N. Campbell Ave., Room 2917/* */(520) 626-6148/* pdf iconFRONTERA-BHS 2013.pdf

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