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Summer Internship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins is very glad to offer a competitive as well as rewarding summer internship program. This summer internship aims to encourage students to consider careers in science, medicine, and public health.

Basically this program will provide experience in research laboratories to students. Overall, from this internship, you expect both theoretical knowledge and practical training in research and scientific experimentation and other scholarly investigations.

Participants will work for ten weeks and get a minimum stipend of $3,000. Students from diverse backgrounds, including underrepresented minority students, students from economically disadvantaged and underserved backgrounds and students with disabilities are eligible.

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is the academic medical teaching and research arm of the Johns Hopkins University, and based in Baltimore, Maryland. It ranks among the nation’s best colleges.

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Internship Location:

This summer internship will take place in Baltimore, Maryland.

Internship Duration:

The program has approximately 10 week’s duration.

Internship Benefits:

Joining this internship will benefit you through a stipend of $3,000. Housing is also provided near Johns Hopkins’ undergraduate campus. The University has a shuttle service that provides convenient transportation between the medical school and the undergraduate campus.

Eligibility Requirements:

The summer internship is available in eight divisions of the school so you can choose one to pursue your summer program. Each division’s internship has specific requirements that must be met in order to participate:

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  • Must have completed one year of college and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to apply to the Institute of NanoBioTechnology, Pulmonary Medicine or Summer Institute for Genomics and Society divisions;
  • Must have completed two years of college and be a U.S. citizen, Permanent Resident or an international student currently studying in the U.S. to apply to the Basic Science Institute division;
  • Must have completed two years of college and be a U.S. citizen to apply to the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Institute for Cell Engineering (FARMS), Institute for Computational Medicine and the Rosetta Commons Research Experience for Undergraduates divisions of the program.
  • Basic Science Institute students must have a demonstrated interest and potential to pursue a Ph.D. degree.

Eligible Country:

Both domestic and international students currently studying in the U.S. will be considered for this post.

How to Apply:

The application process is entirely online.

Application Deadline:

Please send your application before February 1, 2020.

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