George Washington University Emergency Medicine Summer Internship

The Clinical Summer Research Internship Program at the George Washington University Department of Emergency Medicine provides students with the opportunity to participate in the Department's clinical research projects. Students are exposed to various research methods and fundamental elements of clinical medicine by spending time collecting data and enrolling eligible patients into the studies.

The program seeks outstanding undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in medicine, health sciences, clinical research, or other health-related fields. Summer research interns will work on studies that provide them with exposure to the spectrum of clinical research including data collection and entry, patient interaction, and utilization of innovative research methods employed in the Emergency Department. In addition to collecting data, summer research interns will be exposed to the process of designing research studies including issues of human subject protection, data analysis, and publication.

Program requirements

  • Applicants must have completed or be in the process of completing at least 1 year of university-level education
  • Currently matriculated in a college or university
  • Undergraduate students, pre-medical students, post-baccalaureate students, medical students, and graduate students are welcome to apply
  • Good academic standing
  • Strong interest in clinical research and pursuing studies in a health-related field

Application Process
Application opens: November 7, 2017
Application closes: January 21, 2018 at 11:59pm

For more information and application instructions, visit this link.

Questions?  
Contact Paige Kulie, MPH, Clinical Research Supervisor at emedresearchsummerinternship@gmail.com