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Research

The CHST programs offer opportunities for students to learn through both curricular and co-curricular experiences. Specifically, students are encouraged to participate in research pursuits sponsored by RIT faculty and external clinical and/or industrial partners. Students may also want to pursue Study Abroad to expand learning beyond RIT. Biomedical Sciences students may choose to pursue their premedical studies at universities, hospitals and medical facilities in Croatia where RIT has had a branch campus since 1997.

Summer 2017 Research Opportunities

Gerstner Sloan Kettering Opportunities

PhD Program: Cancer Biology

Summer Undergraduate Research

Sentara RMH School of Histotechnology

Roswell Park

Upstate Medical

            

DAAD RISE Program

Research Internships in Science and Engineering in Germany

  • Summer research experience under PhD students in German research institutes or university labs
  • 2-Day Conference in Heidelberg with other RISE students
  • 650 Euro monthly stipend + insurance

Must have two years of undergraduate study before internship begins and still be enrolled as an undergraduate after the program ends.

Application deadline: January 15, 2017

For more information: Click here.  https://www.daad.de/rise/en/rise-germany/

Email Claire DelMonte, cadrap@rit.edu, if you intend to apply.

 Global Study

Considerations of Global Health issues are of increasing importance to tomorrow’s health care workforce. In definition of “global health”, it’s essential to consider this perspective as research, service, and training that address health problems that transcend national boundaries, that disproportionately affect the resource poor, and that are best addressed by multidisciplinary solutions. Our vision is a sustainable and innovative university-wide Global Health research and training program at Rochester Institute of Technology that engages undergraduate, graduate, and medical students and faculty from multiple disciplines to solve problems of global health. The end result will be that more of RIT's outstanding students and faculty in medical sciences and basic life sciences will make significant commitments to global health.

For more information on Global Study, visit: http://www.rit.edu/fa/global/study_abroad.html

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