The BYU Cancer Research Center is dedicated to training undergraduate and graduate students in experimental oncology in an effort to make a significant contribution to finding a cure for cancer. Each year the BYUCRC sponsors numerous cancer research fellows. These students are given the opportunity to perform full-time cancer research under the direction of their faculty mentor. Competition for the awards is keen. Those selected receive a competitive stipend in order to allow them to give full attention to their research during the Spring and Summer terms at BYU .
Over the years participants have had an average grade point of 3.65 and have previous research experience under the supervision of a faculty member involved in cancer research.
-Attend Opening and Closing Functions for the Fellowship
-Attend a Weekly Workshop
-Perform Full-Time Research
-Present the Findings of Your Research at the End of the Summer
For More Details, Please Send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Applications are closed.
We are grateful for those who applied for 2014 spring/summer fellowships. Fourteen fellows were chosen among graduate and undergraduate students who applied.
Please click on this link to download application
WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS
As part of the Fellowship experience, fellows attend a weekly seminar from various faculty members and guest speakers. Fellows are thereby exposed to multiple aspects of cancer research.
We invite interested students to attend weekly cancer research workshops beginning May 6, 2014 and running each Tuesday at 9:00 AM in C-107 BNSN. The workshop schedule for 2014 will be posted soon!