BSCRIP

Interested in pursuing a career in stem cell research while earning $2,500/month? Through the Bridges to Stem Cell Research Internship Program you will develop expertise in laboratory techniques needed to work in the field of regenerative medicine. You will be able to carry out your own research at places like Scripps or Salk or ThemoFisher. The program includes a stem cell laboratory techniques course, a full-time internship and several opportunities to present your research. Interns will also participate in community outreach and patient engagement activities. The program is open to junior and senior undergraduates and first year MS students pursuing a degree in biology, biochemistry, microbiology or other related natural sciences. For more information visit the website: http://www.sci.sdsu.edu/scip/

ICSERT

The Scholarships for Broadening Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Computational Science and Engineering Research Training program offers scholarships and individual mentoring to talented and in financial need graduate students in Interdisciplinary Computational Science and Engineering Research. Participation in this scholarship program will provide students the opportunity to obtain technical training for engaging in interdisciplinary computational research, and develop and implement support services to ensure their retention and successfully transition to research careers in interdisciplinary science and engineering. To qualify, students must the U.S. citizens or permanent residents. For for information visit the website at: http://www.csrc.sdsu.edu/csrc/gradS-STEM/index.html

IRACDA

The Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award is an NIH/NIGMS-sponsored program designed to provide three years of mentored, post-doctoral research in biomedical sciences and teacher training. IRACDA aims to promote links between UCSD and SDSU that lead to further collaborations in faculty research and student training and especially to promote the advancement of underrepresented minorities. For more information visit the website: http://iracda.ucsd.edu/SD_IRACDA.html.

MHIRT

The Minority Health Disparities International Research Training program is an NIH sponsored program that offers international research training experiences to students from health disparity backgrounds with a goal of encouraging such students to pursue careers in biomedical, clinical, and behavioral health research. The ultimate mission of the MHIRT program is for MHIRT trainee alumni, through their careers as researchers and medical professionals, to work to reduce and eventually eliminate healthcare disparities in the United States. For more information visit the website at: http://mhirt.com/.