PathMaker Scholars Cancer Research Program for Students
The PathMaker Scholars Summer Research Program at Huntsman Cancer Institute seeks to increase the participation of underrepresented students in biomedical cancer research and to encourage students to prepare for careers in research, medicine, and education. The program sponsors students for a ten-week residential summer research experience, where they will live on campus, learn laboratory training techniques, and work on a project as indicated by a principal investigator in a university laboratory setting. Accepted students who successfully complete the program will automatically be accepted into the following year’s summer program without reapplying.
"Member of an underrepresented minority group as outlined by the National Institutes of Health
*Citizen or non-citizen national of the United States, or must have current valid Alien Registration Card I-551 or other legal verification of such status
*Current undergraduate students or high school students who have completed their junior year of high school prior to the program start
*Strong interest in pursuing a career in the health sciences and biomedical research"