The summer research programs at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai emphasizes the importance of research within medical education.
Summer Student Investigator Program:
- Can be in basic/translational science, clinical, clinical translational, medical education, aging research, global health scholarship, community service scholarship, quantitative biomedicine, medical humanities, or other approved areas.
- Occurs during the eight-week summer intersession following Year 1.
Funding for Summer Research:
- Stipends are available on a competitive basis to support summer research.
- Students must successfully complete required curricular milestones outlined within The SCHOLaR Program in order to be considered for any of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai funded summer programs.
- If you receive funding, you are committing to participation in Medical Student Research Day in March of Year 2. Abstracts for this event are due in early January, and you can find complete instructions on Blackboard at the Medical Student Research Office course site.
Additional details on Summer Research Programs and funding can be found in Blackboard.