The ENGAGE summer research training program supports undergraduate students interested in stem cell and regenerative medicine research. Students are provided opportunities for scientific growth by working with our renowned scientific investigators.
National Center for Regenerative Medicine will fund three (3) undergraduate research training projects. Each award will total $3,000.00, and an additional $500.00 will be given to the hosting laboratory for research materials and supplies.
Duration of Award
The funded project is expected to last for 8-10 weeks.
The training site should conduct research related to stem cells and regenerative medicine and have an established research program as indicated by the following criteria.
- Successful extra- and/or intramural competitive grant funding;
- Current IRB-approved clinical, or laboratory investigations;
- Research presentations at national or international meetings;
- Publications in peer-reviewed journals;
- Dedicated funds, space, and support personnel available to ensure successful completion of summer project.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Enrolled in medical school at Case Western Reserve University or Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
- Good academic standing
- Completed at least one year of medical school
A completed application will consist of the following materials:
- ENGAGE application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Brief summary of career goals and interest in stem cells and regenerative medicine research
- Letter of support from project mentor
- Project proposal (2-3 pages):
- Project title
- Project overview
- Future implication for therapeutic discovery and/or patient care
Applications must be received by April 26, 2019.