Student Biomedical Research Programs
Many excellent summer or year-long opportunities are available for students
who are interested in pursuing research. The University of Michigan Medical
School provides many excellent research opportunities in various medical
fields through the Summer Biomedical Research Program. In addition, the
research database below is designed to assist you with locating research
both at the University of Michigan Medical and outside institutions.
The University of Michigan Medical School Student Biomedical Research Program provides a mentored, funded 10 week research experience for M1 medical students or those that will enter Medical School in the fall of the current year. Interested students should identify a faculty research mentor and submit a proposal prior to the deadline. The proposed research can be basic science, clinical, or a combination. Medical education projects which include a hypothesis and research plan are also eligible. A stipend of approximately $4,413 for a 10 week period is paid to the student by SBRP. If a student seeks outside funding in addition to the SBRP Program, the amount the SBRP program will fund is at the discretion of the Director. Applications are reviewed by the Committee for Student Biomedical Research. Applicants will be notified by early April as to whether their proposal has been approved.